Senvion wins order in Australia

The German wind turbine manufacturer has secured a portion of its extensive order book with the expansion of an ongoing project. But the turbines are expected to first enter operation around 2025.

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German Senvion has received a turnkey order for 86 MW. The producer will supply 24 wind turbines of the model 3,6M140 to the Lincoln Gap Wind Farm in the state of South Australia, Senvion reports.

This order is a follow up upon an order the company received last November. At the time, developer Nexif Energy placed an order for 35 turbines of the same make, which are currently in installation phase. The project's second phase is expected to be commissioned in the middle of the next decade, informs Senvion.

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