Senvion pledges delivery of offshore wind turbines

A "viable solution" has been found, ensuring that a German offshore wind farm can start operation on time despite the manufacturer's insolvency, say the parties.

Photo: Trianel Windpark Borkum II

A lot of water has passed through the North Sea since the owners of Trianel Borkum II in the fall of 2016 tapped Senvion as supplier for the offshore wind farm in the North Sea. Not least in the past two months, when the German wind turbine manufacturer filed for bankruptcy protection. In spite of this, Senvion will be delivering the wind turbines, pledges the company in a press statement.

Senvion was meant to have delivered a total of 32 offshore wind turbines in April, but only 15 were sent to the port Eemshaven, before the insolvency filing was sent to court in Hamburg. But following a renegotiation of the contract, delivery of the remaining 17 wind turbines is secured and expected in the fall.

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