Italian cable manufacture Prysmian Group has secured a contract with turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE).
The scope covers low voltage cables and assemblies for nacelles and low voltage cables for towers, Prysmian said. The deal also includes fully-terminated medium voltage assemblies for towers, it added.
The supply includes products and services from Prysmian Group’s wind portfolio of low voltage cables and assemblies for nacelle platforms, low voltage cables for towers and fully terminated medium voltage assemblies for towers, well renowned to be specifically designed and optimized to work with high torsion, mechanical and chemical resistance as well as wide temperature fluctuations.
The award also reconfirms Prysmian’s approach as a 360° partner in the renewable power industry, able to supply from turbine tower and nacelle cables, to inter-array and export cables, installation, project management and up to monitoring systems and solutions. In 2019 the Group has been awarded with several projects like Provence Grand Large, Vineyard Wind, DolWin 5 and Hollandse Kust Zuid III and IV.
Fully supported by R&D centres located in each region, Prysmian Group works in close cooperation with customers to design and develop products that exceed requirements and expectations while maintaining the highest level of quality and service.
Prysmian Group claimed that it is well positioned to support the supply and delivery of products to Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, namely from manufacturing units located in Europe, Asia and North America.