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Siemens Gamesa Turbines for Gennaker Offshore Wind Project
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 14 Jul, 2022, 7:34 am Siemens Gamesa and wpd have signed a Master Supply Agreement for the massive 927-MW Gennaker offshore wind power plant. Located a mere 15 km off the German coast, the powerful project is intended to feature 103 Siemens Gamesa Direct Drive offshore wind turbines each with a 167-meter rotor. With the PowerBoost option engaged, each machine’s capacity can reach up to 9 MW, from its nameplate capacity of 8.6 MW. A 20-year Service agreement is included in the agreement. Each Siemens Gamesa Direct Drive offshore wind turbine intended for the Gennaker project will utilize a flex rating, beginning at 8.6 MW of capacity. The 167-meter diameter rotor utilizes Siemens Gamesa B81 IntegralBlades and features a swept area of 21,900 square meters. These machines are a part of the SG 8.0-167 DD turbine family. More than 3.2 GW of this machine type have been installed globally in projects in numerous countries, making it one of the mostly successful offshore wind turbines in the world. Installation of all 103 Siemens Gamesa offshore Direct Drive machines is expected to be completed in 2026. The agreement remains subject to certain conditions including the confirmation of the grid connection date. This is expected during the second half of calendar year 2023. In late 2021, the German coalition government increased their targets for offshore wind energy production to 30 GW by 2030. Targets for 2035 and 2045 were raised to 40 GW and 70 GW respectively. Gennaker is intended to be the fifth collaboration project for Siemens Gamesa and wpd. The four other projects are Butendiek at 288 MW in Germany, inaugurated in 2015; Yunlin at 640 MW in Taiwan currently under installation; Fécamp at 498 MW and Courseulles-sur mer at 448 MW, both in France and both under preparation for installation in the coming years.
Equinor Adjusts Assembly Plan for 4 Hywind Tampen Turbines
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 22 Jul, 2.022, 6:30 am The seven first Hywind Tampen turbines will come on stream this year as planned. The final four will be installed next spring. Supply chain bottlenecks, most notably related to the global market for steel, preclude delivery of the final four tower sections for the wind turbines until September 2022. This will be too late in relation to the installation weather window for the year, postponing installation of the remaining four turbines until next year. Once Hywind Tampen is completed, it will be the world's largest floating wind farm and the first to supply electricity to oil and gas platforms.?The wind farm has a system capacity of 88 MW and is expected to meet 35 per cent of the electrical power demand on the Gullfaks and Snorre fields. The seven first turbines will deliver electricity to both Gullfaks and Snorre and have a capacity of about 60 MW, already making Hywind Tampen the world’s largest floating wind farm. Siemens Gamesa is the supplier of towers, nacelles and blades, all subject to rigid quality control measures. Deviations in steel quality in four tower sections were found, and corrective actions were immediately implemented. The difficult market situation for steel has however delayed delivery. Siemens Gamesa is working closely with their suppliers and Equinor to expedite all deliveries. The seven turbines already assembled have been thoroughly tested and meet all quality specifications. Total system capacity of 88 MW. The turbines have been upgraded from 8 to 8.6 MW, making the wind farm more robust.
Siemens Gamesa & Arise Join for Foresight’s Kolvallen Wind Farm
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 28 Jul, 2.022, 6:30 am Siemens Gamesa, Arise and Foresight Group will collaborate for another major project in Sweden using the company’s most competitive onshore platform, the Siemens Gamesa 5.X. The project will be acquired by Foresight Energy Infrastructure Partners, Foresight Group’s flagship energy transition fund. The 277-MW Kölvallen project is due to be installed in early 2025, and will feature 41 units of the SG 6.6-170 model and one SG 6.6-155. The wind farm will stand close to the Skaftåsen project led by the three companies and currently being installed. Skaftåsen was the first to use the Siemens Gamesa 5.X platform, one of the most competitive in terms of Levelized Cost of Energy in the onshore landscape. The contract between the parties is also noteworthy for its lengthy 35-year service contract, assuring the machines operate to the best of their capacities over their lifetime. They will sit on towers of 135 meters for the SG 6.6-170 turbines, and on a 122.5-meter tower for the SG 6.6-155 version. Commercial bank NORD/LB provided a financing package as the sole Mandated Lead Arranger to support the construction of the wind farm with Foresight advised by Newsec Infra on the debt structuring of the deal.
Siemens Gamesa to Supply Wind Turbines for Ishikari Offshore Wind
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 1 Aug, 2.022, 5:30 am Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has been awarded the firm order for the 112-MW Ishikari offshore wind power project in Japan from Green Power Investment. The project will be located approximately five kilometers from shore of the Ishikari Bay in Hokkaido, Japan. The order includes 14 SG 8.0-167 DD offshore wind turbines, each with a capacity of 8 megawatts and featuring a 167-meter rotor. Additionally, the order includes a 15-year full-scope service agreement. The installation of the Ishikari offshore wind power project is planned to begin in July 2023. The SG 8.0-167 DD is built specifically for offshore use. It is tailored to meet local codes and standards regarding typhoons, seismic activities, 50 Hertz operation, as well as operation in high and low ambient temperatures. The 167-meter diameter rotor has a swept area of 21,900 m2, and utilizes B81 blades, each measuring 81.4 meters. ClassNK certification of the wind turbine confirms that the SG 8.0-167 DD meets the stringent, technical standards required for the Ishikari project. Furthermore, the Ishikari project itself is the second commercial scale project to receive ClassNK certification. This is mandatory for the Japanese government to approve construction.
*Siemens Gamesa omzet KW3 EUR2,4 mrd 07:14 *Siemens Gamesa EBIT verlies KW3 EUR459 mln 07:14 *Siemens Gamesa nettoverlies KW3 EUR446 mln
Siemens Gamesa Delivers Wind Turbines with Recyclable Blades
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 9 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am Siemens Gamesa has celebrated the delivery of green energy from the world’s first turbine equipped with Siemens Gamesa’s RecyclableBlades. The first commercial installation of recyclable wind turbine technology recently took place at RWE’s Kaskasi offshore wind power project in Germany. It marks a turning point in the long-term sustainability of offshore wind power. Wind turbine blades are made up of a combination of materials embedded in resin to form a strong, stiff structure. Utilizing Siemens Gamesa’s market-leading RecyclableBlade technology enables full reclaim of the blade’s components at the end of the product’s lifespan. Separating the resin, fiberglass, and wood, among others, is achieved through using a mild acid solution. The materials can then go into the circular economy, creating new products like suitcases or flat-screen casings without the need to call on more raw resources. A number of turbines of RWE’s Kaskasi offshore wind farm will be equipped with handcrafted Siemens Gamesa B81 RecyclableBlades, each with a length of 81 meters. The project is located 35 km north of the island of Heligoland in the German North Sea. It will be comprised of 38 SG 8.0-167 DD wind turbines, generating 342 MW of clean, renewable energy for up to 400,000 German households. This is comparable to a city like Frankfurt am Main. The RecyclableBlade technology is also available for the 108-meter long B108 blades used on the SG 14-222 DD offshore wind turbine and the massive 115-meter long B115 blades SG 14-236 DD turbines.
Siemens Gamesa to Supply 96 Wind Turbines to Azure Power
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 15 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am Siemens Gamesa has secured its first order in India with Azure Power Indiato supply 96 SG 3.6-145 wind turbines for a 346 MW project in the state of Karnataka. The project opens a new partnership in India with leading independent sustainable energy solutions provider Azure Power. Azure has a pan India portfolio of over 7.4 GW of renewable energy assets either operational or under construction in the country, primarily in solar. The wind turbine supply agreement, a first for Azure, will cater to its projects under the SECI Hybrid IV, SECI XI tenders and its other energy pipelines. When fully deployed these wind turbines will produce enough clean energy to meet the power needs of over one million Indian homes. Siemens Gamesa launched this new platform in 2020 during an ongoing pandemic and with this new deal takes order entry for the Siemens Gamesa 3.X platform in India past the 1.4 GW mark, helping to confirm its competitiveness in the Indian market.
Siemens Gamesa to Supply 14 Wind Turbines to ACEN Philippines
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 19 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am Siemens Gamesa has secured a new deal with leading renewables developer in Southeast Asia ACEN Corporation to supply 14 units of the SG 5.0-145 turbines in the Philippines following the country’s first round of renewable energy auctions. The awarded 70 MW Capa wind farm, located in Caparispisan, Ilocos Norte province, is expected to be completed and start operations by the first quarter of 2024. Siemens Gamesa also secured a contract to provide five years of operation and maintenance services for the wind project. The first 81 MW wind farm in Caparispisan by North Luzon Renewables was installed in 2014 and has operated as ACEN’s largest wind project in the Philippines. This project was also supplied by Siemens Gamesa. To date, Siemens Gamesa has installed 60% of the total wind power capacity in the country. The order follows the signing last year of the country’s largest wind project with the same customer for the 160 MW Pagudpud wind farm in Balaoi & Caunayan. This project came as the country’s wind industry emerged again in 2021 having been suspended for several years.
Siemens Gamesa & Eurowind Ink Pact for Project in Romania
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 30 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am Siemens Gamesa will team up with long-standing partner Eurowind Energy again to break a new path back into the Romanian wind sector after close to 10 years of standstill. The agreement with Eurowind will see the supply of eight SG 6.6-170 turbines to the Pecineaga wind project at a site around 50km from Constanta. The turbines will sit on 135-meter towers with the installation expected to be carried out in the second half of 2024. The companies have also signed a 20-year service agreement covering the maintenance of the turbines over this period. Romania witnessed a boom in its wind industry from 2010-2014 thanks to government subsidies for the sector, during which time close to 3GW of energy was installed. Despite scarce activity in the market in the following years the country has remained of interest for developers which now see opportunities for the sector to gain steam again working on a subsidy free basis.
Siemens Gamesa komt met recyclebare windmolenwieken voor onshore turbines
admin - 6 uur geleden De wieken van windmolens zijn lastig te recyclen. Daarom brengt windturbinefabrikant Siemens Gamesa een nieuw recyclebaar ontwerp op de markt voor onshore windmolens © Aangeboden door Change Inc. De bladen van windmolens zijn lastig te recyclen Windenergie is een van de snelstgroeiende vormen van duurzame energie. Het aantal windmolens is de afgelopen decennia wereldwijd sterk toegenomen. Met een gemiddelde levensduur van twintig jaar, zullen de komende tijd duizenden windmolens over de hele wereld afgebroken worden. Volgens WindEurope, de Europese branche-organisatie voor windenergiebedrijven moeten alleen volgend jaar al zo’n 14.000 windmolenwieken vervangen worden. Lastig recyclebaar En dat is een uitdaging. Want hoewel het grootste deel van de molen (85 procent) gerecycled kan worden, is dat voor wieken lastiger. De bladen bestaan uit een mix van materialen zoals glasvezel, koolstofvezel en hars die moeilijk van elkaar te scheiden zijn. Daardoor eindigen windmolenwieken veelal op vuilstortplaatsen. Het recyclen van die oude bladen is een topprioriteit voor windmolenfabrikanten. Daarnaast is het van belang om dit probleem in de toekomst te voorkomen. Windmolenfabrikant Siemens Gamesa komt daarom met een nieuw ontwerp voor de bladen van windmolens. Die maken het mogelijk om ook de wieken te recyclen. Recyclebare windmolenwieken Siemens Gamesa zet daarmee een volgende stap richting het doel om bladen van al zijn windmolens recyclebaar te maken in 2030. Eerder kwam het bedrijf al met recyclebare wieken voor windmolens op zee. Energiebedrijf Vattenfall kocht een aantal van dit type voor zijn windmolenpark Hollandse Kust Zuid. In 2040 wil Siemens Gamesa al zijn windmolens 100 procent recyclebaar hebben. En dat is goed nieuws. Want windturbines, en ook de bladen, worden steeds groter. Bovendien neemt het aantal windmolens dat we op land en op zee installeren exponentieel toe. Als we die niet kunnen hergebruiken of recyclen betekent dat een flinke berg afval: zo’n 2,2 miljoen ton aan afgedankte wieken in 2050. www.msn.com/nl-nl/geldzaken/nieuws/si...
Siemens Gamesa to Expand Offshore Nacelle Plant in Taiwan
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 27 Sep, 2022, 1:19 pm Siemens Gamesa has broken ground on a massive expansion of its successful offshore nacelle facility in Taichung in Taiwan. The Siemens Gamesa offshore nacelle plant in Taichung is the largest production facility of its kind in Taiwan. The expansion will more than triple the plot area up to 90,000 square meters and more than triple the number of Siemens Gamesa people working locally. Among new elements, the expansion will broaden the production scope, creating two new production halls and a new warehouse on the extended plot. In a continuous production flow, the new factory setup will have dedicated production lines for hub assembly, nacelle backend assembly, and final nacelle assembly including generator-related work. Assembly of SG 14-222 DD offshore turbine nacelles is planned to begin in the second quarter of calendar year 2024. The large production depth opens up a compelling opportunity for a vast range of Taiwanese suppliers to feed more than 10,000 components directly to the factory. With a substantial annual production capacity, the factory is intended to deliver locally made nacelles for the 1,044 MW Hai Long offshore wind power projects, future projects from Taiwan’s Round 3 offshore wind power auctions, and other projects in the Asia-Pacific region.
Siemens Gamesa 5.X Turbine Crosses 100 Mark
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 28 Oct, 2022, 5:04 am The Siemens Gamesa 5.X onshore platform has reached a huge milestone, with the 100th wind turbine installed at the 372 MW Björnberget wind farm near Ange, Sweden, for partners Prime Capital and Enlight. The first Siemens Gamesa 5.X prototypes were installed in Denmark and Spain at the beginning of 2021, and the platform is already delivering green and secure energy for our customers and their end user. Designed and built at facilities in Agreda, Spain, and Vagos, Portugal, the Siemens Gamesa 5.X is now installed in six projects in Sweden and Brazil, just one year after it was first introduced at the Skaftaasen wind farm, in Sweden. Indeed, the Siemens Gamesa 5.X wind turbine portfolio continues to evolve. Last week the company launched a new variant called the SG 7.0-170, which will have a 7-MW rating helping customers to produce even more clean, green energy. The Siemens Gamesa 5.X is the largest unit capacity in the onshore portfolio, with a rated capacity of up to 7-MW, and the largest rotor diameters, 155 and 170 meters, resulting in maximum performance in high, medium and low-wind conditions. The 170-meter rotor is among the largest in the onshore segment. The Siemens Gamesa 5.X onshore platform incorporates the company's proven technology, experience and expertise, based on its installed wind fleet of more than 104.5 GW worldwide, enough to power 90.2 million households.
*Siemens Gamesa nettowinst KW4 EUR286 mln 07:11 *Siemens Gamesa omzet KW4 EUR3,37 mrd
Siemens Gamesa Bags 70-MW Contract in Sweden
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 21 Nov, 2022, 4:20 am Siemens Gamesa has teamed up once again with leading Swedish developer OX2 for another wind project in the country, using some of its most powerful onshore wind turbines. Located in the municipality of Ljusdal, the 70MW Riberget wind project will be equipped with 11 of its SG 6.6-170 wind turbines, using a hub height of 115-meters to best capitalize on wind speeds in the area. This platform features one of the largest rotors in the onshore landscape, providing customers with a competitive Levelized Cost of Energy. Once the installation works are complete, Siemens Gamesa will be covering all maintenance services for the wind farm, with a 35-year service agreement in place. The Riberget wind farm builds on several others that Siemens Gamesa has collaborated on with partner OX2 since 2010 which total over 600MW. The project is due to be commissioned in late 2024. When installed, the wind turbines will provide enough electricity to power over 60,000 homes. Around three million trees would also need to be planted to offset the amount of CO2 savings that the project would avoid, equivalent to 185,000 tons.
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Siemens Gamesa to Service Clyde Extension Wind Farm in Scotland
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 12 Dec, 2022, 4:13 am Siemens Gamesa has been selected by Clyde Wind Farm (Scotland) to service the Clyde Extension wind farm for an additional 15 years. Located in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, Siemens Gamesa’s skilled team has been chosen to oversee the full service and maintenance for the 172.8-MW onshore wind farm until 2037. Made up of 54 of Siemens Gamesa’s 3.2-MW wind turbines, Clyde Extension has been operational since 2017, and brings both Clyde and Clyde Extension wind farms, a total of 206 turbines, under the expert stewardship of Siemens Gamesa. Clyde Wind Farm is a partnership between SSE Renewables (50.1%), Greencoat UK Wind Holdco Limited (28.2%) and GLIL Corporate Holdings Ltd (21.7%).
Siemens Gamesa Selected by OX2 for 145-MW Project in Finland
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 21 Dec, 2022, 4:04 am Siemens Gamesa’s relationship with OX2 continues to grow as the SG 6.6-170 wind turbine is chosen for their next project in Finland. Siemens Gamesa and OX2 sign latest deal for 145-MW Niinimäki project in the Pieksämäki municipality Once installation is complete, expected in late 2024, then Siemens Gamesa will also assume maintenance services for the project over a 35-year period ensuring the wind turbines operate at their maximum capabilities over their lifetime. The Niinimäki project will be located in the Pieksämäki municipality in the Southern Savonia region of the country and will utilize 22 SG 6.6-170 turbines, among the most powerful in the onshore wind landscape. With a hub height of 165 meters, these turbines will capitalize on strong wind speeds found in the region. When operational these wind turbines will provide enough green electricity to power around 100,000 homes. The deal follows a 70-MW deal for the Riberget project in Sweden signed with OX2 last month, as the two companies collaborate once more to push wind energy forward in the country.
RWE Selects Siemens Gamesa for Thor Offshore Wind Farm in Denmark
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 16 Jan, 2023, 3:30 am RWE is further progressing with the deployment of Denmark’s largest offshore wind power plant to date by signing a Preferred Supplier Agreement with Siemens Gamesa. 72 units of Siemens Gamesa’s flagship SG 14-236 DD offshore wind turbines are planned to be installed at RWE’s 1,000-MW (megawatt) Thor project. In addition, a service contract for the wind turbines is included. All deliveries are subject to RWE’s final investment decision. The SG 14-236 DD is Siemens Gamesa’s flagship offshore wind turbine. It features a capacity of almost 15 MW and a 236-meter diameter rotor with an astounding swept area of 43,500 square meters. This allows the SG 14-236 DD to provide an increase of more than 30% in Annual Energy Production compared to its predecessor. It features Siemens Gamesa’s patented IntegralBlades, each measuring 115 meters in length. For the operation and maintenance of Thor, RWE will set up a service base at the port of Thorsminde. RWE intends to contribute to the local economy and community by creating up to 60 permanent jobs. This includes technicians, engineers, nautical personnel as well as crew for the service vessels. It is expected that the new service station will be fully operational from 2026 onward. RWE plans to support its project for at least 30 years from this port. With a planned capacity of 1,000 MW, Thor will increase Denmark’s share of electricity produced from renewable energy sources and help to reduce the country’s carbon emissions, in line with the European Green Deal. Once fully operational, which is planned to be no later than the end of 2027, RWE’s Thor offshore wind power plant would be capable of producing enough green electricity to supply the equivalent of more than one million Danish households.
Siemens Gamesa & Doosan Sign Offshore Wind Pact
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 13 Feb, 2023, 2:06 am World-leading provider of wind power solutions Siemens Gamesa and Doosan Enerbility, formerly Doosan Heavy Industries have signed a binding framework agreement for a strategic partnership for the South Korean offshore wind market. The agreement follows successful exploration of potential cooperation made possible by a memorandum of understanding signed in June 2022. This next step lays the foundation for strong local content offerings in the South Korean offshore wind market in the future. The implementation of the partnership scope is subject to successful offshore wind power orders in the South Korean market. The framework agreement covers three areas for knowledge exchange on technology in which the two companies will collaborate closely in South Korea. Doosan will assemble Siemens Gamesa’s offshore wind turbine nacelles in a Doosan facility currently in the design phase, undertake turbine assembly for Siemens Gamesa machines in staging harbors as well as the offshore construction of projects using Siemens Gamesa machines, and perform offshore service on selected orders involving Siemens Gamesa machines. The alliance between the companies bolsters Korea’s burgeoning offshore wind industry. Among the benefits are efficient and environmentally conscious local assembly and local job creation to serve the South Korean.
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