Siemens Gamesa will supply 177 MW for wind farms in India
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Siemens Gamesa said on Wednesday it has received an order from India’s ReNew Power to set up two wind farms with combined power of 176.8 megawatts (MW).

In a statement, the group controlled by Siemens and participated by Iberdrola said it will build a 100.8 MW park in the state of Gujarat and another of 76 MW in the state of Maharashtra.

India, with more than 5.5 gigawatts installed, is an important market for the group. In September, a report by Goldman Sachs made the stock of Siemens Gamesa suffer on the stock market as the US broker considered that this market could be slowing down amid a lack of electricity infrastructures and the country’s preference for solar energy.

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