Senvion has received its largest order ever from the Chilean market – 340 MW from Mainstream Renewable Power for projects Tchamma and Cerro Tigre, which are also the single largest projects in the world planning to feature the German producer's 4.2M148 wind turbine model. Although the order is for now still conditional.
This order adds to the pile of jobs to be managed by coming Chief Executive Officer Yves Rannou when he begins his new position as of Jan. 1. In November, Senvion added 300 MW to its conditional order book, which in the preceding quarter had grown to more than 1 GW. The company managed to secure firm and unconditional orders for 230 MW in that period, but since late October has only announced two unconditional orders totaling 134 MW.
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