Siemens bags wind turbine orders
Global - Siemens has won two orders to supply wind turbines worth US$1.1 billion in the US and Canada.
The wind turbines to be supplied will be capable of producing 600 megawatts of electricity. The German company will also provide 98 turbines for an Oklahoma wind farm, AFP reports.
Land-based wind turbines are priced around €1 million per megawatt in the market, industry specialists say.
"North America is a very important market for wind power," Rene Umlauft, head of Siemen's renewable energy division says.
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