RUSELPROM (RAWI member), the Russian electrotechnical concern, will produce and supply generators for onshore wind turbines under order of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) (RAWI member), the world leader in onshore and offshore wind energy.
RUSELPROM won this order at a tender opened by SGRE. As requested by Russian legislation at renewable energy, a certain level of localization for the wind turbines production should be provided by the foreign companies in Russia. The level should be at least 65% by 2019.
The RUSELPROM Concern has experience in the development and production of generators with a capacity of up to 40 MW, digital excitation systems and corresponding smooth-start systems, which allows fulfilling customer requirements at a high quality level. The Concern is pleased to cooperate with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy and the opportunity to contribute to the development of the Russian renewable energy market.
“Being a global leading company in wind energy, Siemens Gamesa is very pleased to enter the Russian renewable energy market to contribute to the sustainable renewable energy generation in the country. Including such a strong partner as the RUSELPROM Concern in our local equipment supply chain is welcome,” – said Steven Pryor, CEO for North Europe & Middle East Onshore at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. “Thanks to our proven technology, we offer advanced and reliable wind turbines. Our local suppliers will stand with us in providing the ultimate product for the Russian market.”