Siemens to Supply Turbines for 288-Megawatt Dan Tysk Offshore Wind Farm
Siemens will deliver 80 3.6-megawatt turbines to the Dan Tysk offshore wind farm located in the North Sea. The 288-megawatt wind farm, owned by Vattenfall Europe and Stadtwerk Munchen, is expected to have construction begin in 2012, with the project coming online in the winter of 2013-2014. When complete, DanTysk will produce enough energy to power 500,000 German households.
Siemens wind business includes onshore and offshore installations and stretches across the globe. Most recently, the company significantly increased its North American operations. More than just a wind turbine supplier, Siemens is considered one of the largest clean energy businesses in the world. In 2009 the company's Environmental Portfolio generated EUR23 billion in revenue.
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