Senvion wind turbines. Source: Senvion SE 2014. License: All rights reserved.
German wind turbine maker Senvion SA (ETR:SEN) announced today it has won five contracts from a range of clients in Belgium for a total of 45 MW.
For the Nivelles project developed by Ventis SA in the Walloon region, Senvion will be responsible for the foundation works and will also deliver four of its 3.4M114 turbines. The installation and commissioning of those machines are scheduled for this summer.
Senvion will also supply and install five of its MM100 turbines for the Molenbaix wind project, developed by Eneco and the Cooperative CLEF, and a further four units of the same model for the Moulins Saint Roch scheme developed by Ipalle. Those two projects are also located in Walloon. Their commissioning is seen at the beginning of 2018 for Moulins Saint Roch and in the spring of that year for Molenbaix.
In the Flanders region, Senvion will deliver three 3.4M114 turbines for the Meerhout wind farm developed by Engie Electrabel. Also, it will supply one 3.0M122 turbine for the Minderhout project developed by Storm. Both Meerhout and Minderhout are expected to be commissioned by the end of 2017.
Senvion will provide full maintenance for the Nivelles, Molenbaix, Moulins Saint Roch and Minderhout wind farms over a period of 15 years, with an extension up to 20 years. For the Meerhout wind farm, it will offer maintenance for five years with an extension up to 15 years.