It's become a rarity to see news of Senvion announcing new orders. Well now, observant readers might note: That might have something to do with the fact that the German wind turbine maker filed for bankruptcy around two and a half years back and that most of its assets were since sold to Siemens Gamesa.
However, Senvion's Indian subsidiary managed to dig itself out of the pit and was sold to Saudi Arabian infrastructure group Alfanar in a deal that fully closed in July this year – and now the OEM celebrates its first supply deal, and a rather large one at that of 591MW, purchased by power utility JSW Energy.
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