Senvion finalizes major Indian contract

The German wind turbine manufacturer wins 300 MW for a project in India, lifting its 2018 order intake from the country up to 730 MW.

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A 300 MW order from the Indian project Bhuj, which Senvion announced last month, has now become firm and unconditional. The finalization took place shortly before the new year, and the transaction will occur in January, the German company informs.

The order consists of 131 wind turbines of the model 2.3M130 and will be installed in the second quarter of 2020. Beyond the EPC order, the manufacturer has also secured a ten-year service contract for the project, located the the state of Gujarat.

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