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Siemens Energy has received another order to build an offshore wind power plant in Germany. For the Amrumbank West project in the North Sea, the company is supplying 80 wind turbines, each with an output of 3.6MW and 120 meter diameter rotor.

The customer is Amrumbank West GmbH, a subsidiary of E.ON AG. With an installed capacity of 288MW, this wind power plant will deliver clean energy for around 300,000 households when it goes online in 2015. This is Siemens’ seventh German order for offshore wind turbines. The Amrumbank West offshore wind park site is around 35 km north of the island of Helgoland and 37 km west of the island of Amrum. Siemens will deliver, install, and commission the wind turbines, and handle maintenance for an initial period of five years. Helgoland will serve as the service base, and the turbines will be installed over an area of 32 square kilometers at a water depth of around 25 meters.
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