Vestas Secures Service Agreement For Senvion Turbines In Australia

For updated Vestas photos and videos, please visit our media images page at: www.vestas.com/en/media/images. James Harman, CEO of EDL, said: “EDL is pleased to appoint Vestas as our maintenance service provider for the Coober Pedy, Cullerin Range and Wonthaggi wind farms. We look forward to a safe and productive relationship with Vestas. Service contracts begin immediately. (Source: Pixabay/Pexels.) To secure this service order, Vestas used its existing know-how to use all of Senvion`s major platforms, including the MM82-2.05MW, MM92-2.05, 3.XM EBC and 3.XM NES platforms. With more than 8 GW of non-Vestas turbines currently in service worldwide, Vestas` high quality of work and performance is supported by more than 10,000 committed service employees and a global network in 69 countries. For more information, please contact:Kilani FisherMarketing and Communications Manager ANZMail: [email protected] The Lincoln Gap extension demonstrates Vestas` expertise beyond wind turbine brands through our ability to integrate Senvion`s existing fleet into our turbines and successfully export it to the grid. Vestas has secured service contracts for the three Australian coober Pedy wind farms in Southern Australia. “We offer unparalleled know-how for the service of more than 30 non-Vestas models and are proud that customers throughout our region can meet Vestas` wide range of leading and cost-effective service solutions.” “Nexif Energy is pleased to appoint Vestas as an EPC contractor and long-term maintenance service provider for Phase 2 of our Lincoln Gap wind farm,” said Charles Rattray, Managing Director at Nexif Energy. “Senvion`s transition from insolvency is thus completed with the construction of Phase 2 and the operation, maintenance and performance of the entire wind farm in the hands of an industry leader, Vestas. Nexif Energy is now well positioned to focus on implementing its expansion plans for the wind farm and other sites in Southern Australia and wider Australia.¬†As part of the contract, the Danish company will use its multi-brand capacity to service 23 of the Senvion MM82 and MM92-2.05 MW wind turbines.

“You are an industry leader with experience in multi-brand service and their extensive geographic presence in Australia allows them to provide quality service teams alongside our wind turbines.” Vestas has entered into service contracts with EDL for Senvion turbines in three Australian wind farms with a total capacity of 47 MW. Vestas will provide maintenance for 23 Senvion turbines with a total capacity of 47 MW for wind projects. In partnership with global energy producer EDL, Vestas has entered into service contracts for australia`s three wind farms. Vestas will supply maintenance for 23 Senvion MM82 and MM92-2.05 MW wind turbines. Vestas has signed agreements with energy producer EDL for the operation of three wind farms in Australia, powered by Senvion turbines with a total capacity of 47 MW. Clive Turton, President of Vestas Asia Pacific, said: “The multi-brand contracts with EDL show how Vestas can use our market experience, comprehensive service solutions and extensive supply chain to add value to our customers throughout the wind farm lifecycle, whether in the maintenance of Vestas turbines or third-party machines. In partnership with global energy producer EDL, Vestas has been awarded service contracts for the three Australian wind farms Coober Pedy in southern Australia, Cullerin Range in New South Wales and Wonthaggi in Victoria. Vestas will supply maintenance for 23 Senvion MM82 and MM92-2.05 MW wind turbines at the three sites, for a total of 47 MW, using its first-class multi-fire capabilities. Succeeding Senvion as EPC supplier, the project is on track to successfully achieve Nexif Energy`s long-term sustainability goals for Southern Australia. . . .