- Reuters•24 days ago
FRANKFURT/MADRID, July 7 (Reuters) - General Electric and German wind turbine maker Senvion are preparing bids for French wind power group Adwen, which is jointly owned by Spain's Gamesa and France's Areva, people familiar with the matter said. German industrials group Siemens is due to take over Gamesa's 50 percent stake in Adwen as part of its 1 billion euro ($1.1 billion) deal to buy a majority stake in Gamesa. It has also made an offer for Areva's stake in Adwen.
- American City Business Journals•last month
Vestas Wind Systems, which has already brought in some impressive deals this year, just landed one to supply 22 turbines that will power Google operations. Denmark-based Vetas, which has four manufacturing plants in Colorado, will build the turbines for the Lyrestand wind farm in Mariestad, Sweden. The power produced there will be sold to Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL), which has committed to powering all its operations on clean energy.
Vestas Wind Systems A/SCopenhagen
|52wk Range||314.00 - 489.70|
|Day's Range||463.40 - 468.50|
|Avg Vol (3m)||923,727|
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