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Siemens has announced a 165 MW order for its direct-drive wind turbines in Turkey. Under the deal, the Turkish Guris Group will use 53 of the turbines for three new projects scheduled to be built in the country.

The new onshore wind power plants will be located in Mugla, Edirne-Tekirdag and Kırklareli. Commissioning is expected between late 2014 and summer 2015, and Siemens has entered into a five-year service agreement for the projects.




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