France’s plans to develop its offshore wind business have taken a big step ahead with the signing of a cope with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE).
SGRE signed a framework settlement with Eolien Maritime France (EMF) to produce and repair offshore wind generators with a capability of roughly 1000 MW for 2 of EMF’s three French offshore wind tasks at present below improvement.
EMF is a consortium comprising of EDF Renewables and Enbridge and each tasks are anticipated to make use of SWT-7.Zero-154 DD offshore wind generators. The deal continues to be topic to contract and EMF’s last funding choice.
SGRE’s deliberate offshore wind turbine manufacturing facility at present below improvement within the Port of Le Havre will produce the generators for the consortium’s tasks.
The tasks below improvement are the results of the primary offshore wind name awarded to EMF in 2012
Markus Tacke, chief government of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, stated: “This settlement confirms Siemens Gamesa’s place as chief of the offshore wind market in France and permits us to strengthen our medium-term prospects as a part of the event of the economic mission in Le Havre. Siemens Gamesa stays totally dedicated to assembly the wants of all its clients and making certain that these tasks are successful for the sector and for France.”