Senvion wins first deal in Argentina totalling 97 MW

In Clean News, News, Renewable Energy, Wind

Senvion,  a leading global manufacturer  of wind turbines, has secured an agreement  for its first partnership  in Argentina  with EREN Renewable  Energy (“EREN RE”) for the supply and delivery of 27 Senvion  3.6M114 NES turbines . The project, developed  and owned by EREN RE, was awarded a PPA in the RENOVAR Round 1 tender in October 2016.  A total of 1,142 megawatts (MW) of different  technologies  were awarded  of which 707 MW were wind projects. The  project is still under development  and has certain conditions precedent.

After the planned completion of the project, Los Hercules wind farm will see a total rated output of 97,2MW. The wind farm will be built by Senvion on a full EPC basis. The turbines will be installed at a hub height of 93 meters. The completion of t he project  is planned for December 2018. Los Hercules wind farm  will  be  located  in the Deseado  department  in the southern province of Santa Cruz  and after its completion will be able to supply around 64,000 households  with green electricity per year.

Jürgen  Geissinger,  CEO  of Senvion,  said:  “Senvion is expanding successfully  – both in terms  of technology  as  well  as  in terms  of geography.  Los  Herc ules  demonstrates  both:  We  developed  the 3.6M114 last year because we considered it the best turbine for key regions in the world and this latest agreement  proves  that the decision was right. At the same time, Senvion is entering the Argentinian market and herewith  strengthens the newly won position in the Southern Cone of South America.”

In  April  2016,  Senvion  announced  its  first  South  American  project  for  over  299  MW  in Chile  that achieved  its  financial  close  in August  2017.  Senvion  now  has  an  established  local  presence in the region with offices in Santiago de Chile and Buenos Aires

 

 

Sourced from Senvion Press Release

 

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