Senvion wins mixed order in Austria

The German wind turbine manufacturer has won four orders for four different types of turbine.

Windkraft Simonsfeld, customer of many years to Senvion, has placed an order for 62 MW. The German manufacturer will equip four wind farms Hipples II, Dürnkrut II, Poysdorf-Wilfersdorf V, and Prinzendorf III, with a total 20 turbines, announces Senvion in a press release.

Even though all four farms will be installed in the same state, Lower Austria, they will use four different types of turbine. As such turbines have been sold from the following four models: 3.2M114, 3.2M122, 3.4M140, and the smaller 2 MW machine MM100. The turbines will vary in hub heights ranging from 100 meters to 160 meters as to generate power most efficiently from the respective landscapes.

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