By Max Bernhard
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy said Thursday that it will supply 62 turbines to a windfarm in Sweden powering an Alphabet data center, as well as paper and board maker Holmen AB's (HOLM-B.SK) local business.
"The project will facilitate Holmen's transition to 100% renewables consumed in its business and meet part of the fast-growing demand for electricity of Google's European datacenters," Alfonso Faubel, chief executive of Siemens Gamesa's onshore business, said
The project in the north of Sweden "is realized by German asset manager Prime Capital AG on behalf of an international consortium comprising Korean institutional investors, German Pension Fund Nordrheinische Aerzteversorgung and Siemens Financial Services," the company said.
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