- Published: 22 April 2008 22 April 2008
Siemens has received orders for the supply of wind turbines for sites in Poland.
RWE Innogy, the new renewable energy unit established by the German utility RWE, has ordered 33 units from Siemens, each with a capacity of 2.3MW. These wind turbines are to be installed at the projects Suwalki in Masuria and Tychowo in Western Pomerania and are scheduled to commence operation by autumn 2009. The total order volume for Siemens amounts to approximately € 100 million. The scope of the order includes the supply of the turbines, erection and commissioning. In addition, RWE Innogy has concluded a service contract that covers a period of 5 years. 18 SWT-2.3-93 wind turbines are to be installed at the Suwalki wind farm, 15 identical design wind turbines are to be erected at the Tychowo wind farm. RWE Innogy is implementing this project in cooperation with the Polish company Polish Energy Partners S.A.