Jul 26, 2013 - German wind turbine services provider SeebaWind said on Thursday it had received another maintenance order from local wind turbine maker Fuhrlaender.
In June 2013 SeebaWind was commissioned to take responsibility for the maintenance of Fuhrlaender's FL2500 wind turbines, installed at the Spremberg wind park in Brandenburg.
The Spremberg wind farm comprises nine wind turbines with a combined capacity of 22.5 MW and an annual output of 59 million kWh.
SeebaWind is now responsible for the maintenance of a total of 210 wind turbines installed by Fuhrlaender in Germany and abroad.
After the insolvency of Fuhrlaender, SeebaWind took over the maintenance of many of the company's wind turbines as an independent service provider.
SeebaWind specialises in providing services for wind turbines, produced by Fuhrlaender, German Nordex SE (ETR:NDX1) and Repower.
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