Senvion signs 275MW wind agreement for Texas

By Olivia Minnock
German wind turbine manufacturer Senvion has signed an agreement for a 275MW project in the US.

German wind turbine manufacturer Senvion has signed an agreement for a 275MW project in the US.

The TG East Wind Project, to be located in Knox County, Texas, will now be supplied with turbines by Senvion. A total of 58 4.2MW140 units will be installed at the facility which is set to commence operation in 2020.

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The project is being developed by owners Taaleri Energia and development company NorthRenew. Senvion will also provide full-service O&M (operations and maintenance) for 25 years.

David Hardy, Executive Director at Senvion Holding said: “We are excited to be back in the US and see this as a showcase project for our new and highly competitive 4.2MW240.”

Lance Marram, CEO of Senvion North America added: “We are pleased to be working in partnership with Taaleri and NorthRenew for the TG East Wind Project. Our 4.2MW140 turbine maximises yield and creates long-term business case certainty for our customers’ investment and our 25-year full-service operation and maintenance contract is testament to this.”



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