Siemens to provide and install turbines for Japanese wind power project

Siemens Energy Japan Akita Port wind turbines

Siemens Energy (NYSE: SI) has been awarded a wind power order from Eurus Energy Holdings for an 18 MW wind power project in Japan, with installation and commissioning of the wind turbines scheduled for summer 2014.

The company will delivery and install six SWT-3.0-101 direct-drive wind turbines to the Akita Port wind power project on the island of Honshu. The turbines each have an output of three MW and a rotor diameter of 101 meters.

The contract also includes a service agreement for the project, according to a statement from Siemens.

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