Nordex extends service for 150.4 MW of wind turbines in Uruguay, US

2.4-MW Nordex turbines. Source: Nordex SE

December 16 (Renewables Now) - Germany’s Nordex SE (ETR:NDX1) said Monday it had extended three service contracts covering a total of 150.4 MW of wind turbines installed in Uruguay and the US.

In Uruguay, the company’s customer Akuo Energy has extended the full-service agreement for the turbines populating its 50.4-MW Florida wind farm for another five years, Nordex said.

The Florida site features 21 units of the N117/2400 wind turbines, which the German manufacturer has been maintaining since their commissioning in December 2014.

Another extended agreement in Uruguay will see Nordex coming back to a 50-MW wind farm in the Cerro Largo department for the next six years.

The full-service contract with an undisclosed customer covers the wind farm's 20 turbines of the N100/2500 model. These machines have been in operation since October 2015.

In the US, Nordex has extended its service agreement for a 50-MW wind farm in the state of Maryland by ten years. Without naming the customer, the company said it would provide premium service for 20 units of the N90/2500 turbines that make up the park. Nordex has been attached to the wind farm as the operations and maintenance (O&M) services provider since its commissioning in 2011.

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