Siemens to Supply Pattern With Turbines for 200-Megawatt Project

(Bloomberg) — Siemens AG, Europe’s largest engineering
company, agreed to supply Pattern Energy Group LP with 87
turbines for a 200-megawatt project in Texas.

Installation of the 2.3-megawatt turbines is scheduled to
begin later this year with startup planned for the fall,
according to a statement Tuesday. Financial terms weren’t
disclosed for the deal, which includes a service and maintenance
agreement.

The Logan’s Gap project in Comanche County is expected to
power about 50,000 homes. It’s the 12th project between Pattern
and Siemens.

Blades for the turbines will be produced at a factory in
Iowa, and nacelles, the bus-sized units that house the
machinery, will be assembled at a Siemens facility in Kansas.

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