“The new order for the Anholt Offshore Wind Farm further strengthens our position as the global leader in offshore wind power,” said Wolfgang Dehen, CEO of Siemens Energy. “We’re very proud to once again work with DONG Energy on another high-profile, renewable energy project.”
Siemens will supply 111 wind turbines with a capacity of 3.6 MW and a rotor diameter of 120 meters to the Anholt Offshore Wind Farm project.
The wind turbines will be produced at Siemens plant in Brande in Denmark and installed off the east coast of Denmark, 20 km off the northeastern coast of the Jutland peninsula. The wind farm is expected to be commissioned in 2013.
The scope of supply for Siemens includes the manufacturing, installation, and commissioning of the wind turbines. Siemens will also provide a service and maintenance agreement for the first five years, with an option of selected services during the second five years.
Siemens has been the leading provider of offshore wind turbines with more than 50 percent of the world’s offshore installations. The Siemens 3.6 MW wind turbine is the most popular offshore wind turbine in the world. More than 150 wind turbines have been installed in offshore wind energy projects across Europe so far and an additional 1,100 wind turbines are sold.
Wind turbines are part of Siemens’ Environmental Portfolio. In fiscal 2009, revenue from the Portfolio totaled about EUR23 billion, making Siemens the world’s largest supplier of ecofriendly technologies. In the same period, the company’s products and solutions enabled customers to reduce their CO2 emissions by 210 million tons. This amount equals the combined annual CO2 emissions of New York, Tokyo, London and Berlin.
The Siemens Energy Sector is the world’s leading supplier of a complete spectrum of products, services and solutions for the generation, transmission and distribution of power and for the extraction, conversion and transport of oil and gas. In fiscal 2009 (ended September 30), the Energy Sector had revenues of approximately EUR25.8 billion and received new orders totaling approximately EUR30 billion and posted a profit of EUR3.3 billion. On September 30, 2009, the Energy Sector had a work force of more than 85,100.