Senvion unveils 56-MW wind turnkey order in France
The Senvion MM92 turbine model. Source: Senvion
German wind turbine maker Senvion SA (ETR:SEN) announced on Wednesday it has received turnkey contracts from Eurowatt for the 56.1-MW multi-wind park Antilope project in France.
Senvion will deliver a total of 24 turbines from its 2-MW and 3-MW platforms for the 12.3-MW Champ de la Grand-Mere, 19.2-MW Terres Noires and Croix Noire 1 and 2 wind farms, totalling 24.6 MW, that will make up the Antilope complex in the Hauts-de-France region.
The company will start installing the six MM92 turbines for the Champ de la Grand-Mere project by the end of the year, with plans to have the wind park up and running in March 2017. The Terres Noires, in turn, will use six 3.2M114 machines that will start generating power in the third quarter of 2017.
Croix Noire 1 and 2, on the other hand, are expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2017. The first wind park will feature six MM92 turbines, while the second one will use a single MM82 and five MM92 machines.
Senvion is also be in charge of the foundations, civil works and electrical works, and in addition to that will provide maintenance services for 15 years.