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Siemens Gamesa to set up 39MW wind farm in Vietnam

BERLIN, April 4, 2018

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) is set to install and commission the 39 MW Dam Nai wind farm in Vietnam for the independent operator, The Blue Circle, headquartered in Singapore.

Development of this project has been divided into two phases. In Phase One, Siemens Gamesa last year installed three SG 2.6-114 turbines that are already operational; and in Phase Two, signed now, the company will furnish the remaining 12 turbines for commissioning by October of this year, said a statement.

Siemens Gamesa will also handle the operations and maintenance services at this facility, located in the southern Vietnamese province of Ninh Thuan, for the next 10 years, it said.

Constrained by the strong winds that kick up in this region from around October, the deadline between the contract's execution and the commissioning of the wind farm is very tight, demonstrating once again the company's ability to adapt to its customers' tailored requirements on a project by project basis, it added.

Siemens Gamesa CEO (Asia Pacific) Álvaro Bilbao said: "We are committed to Vietnam as a market and we want to be our customers’ preferred partner in developing wind power projects. The company recently opened a permanent office in the country as part of that plan."

SGRE expects significant growth in Vietnam in the coming years as the country begins to utilise some of the best wind resources in South East Asia, the target being to install 1 GW by 2020, it added.

In addition to Vietnam, Siemens Gamesa's footprint in Asia Pacific extends to China, South Korea, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, where it has already installed more than 6.6 GW and has another 1.2 GW in execution. In addition, the company has recently announced a new offshore contract in Taiwan to supply 120 MW, it added.-TradeArabia News Service




Tags: | Farm | Vietnam | Wind | Siemens Gamesa |

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