German wind turbine-maker Senvion has secured two orders totaling 341MW in capacity in India and Spain.
In India, Senvion has confirmed a contract from alfanar India for the Bhuj wind project. The signing of the order for the project was announced at the beginning of December 2018.
The Bhuj project will be located in the state of Gujarat and is part of the Round 5 bidding of Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), a company owned by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India.
This wind project includes full engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) order, where the company will supply 131 of its 2.3M130 turbines with 2.3MW capacity.
These turbines will be installed in the second quarter of next year. The order also includes full operations and maintenance (O&M) contract over ten years.
The second order has been placed by Alfanar Energy in Spain, which is one of the leading developers in the world. The order is for 41MW and the turbines will be supplied for three wind farms Valdeabajo, La Moratilla and Soliedra, located in the province of Soria, in the Castilla y León region.
As part of this order, Senvion will supply a total of seven Senvion 3.0M122 wind turbines at 150 metres tip height for the Valdeabajo and La Moratilla wind farms.
For the Soliedra wind farm Senvion will supply six of its Senvion 3.7M140 wind turbines reaching a tip height of 180 metres.
The company will also provide full maintenance services for a period of 20 years. Turbine installation at the sites is expected to take place in this summer and the commissioning is planned for autumn of this year.
These three wind farms are expected to generate enough electricity to be sufficient for 41,000 Spanish households.
Last month, the turbine-maker secured a conditional order from Mainstream Renewable Power in Chile. For this order, Senvion is expected to supply a total of 81of its 4.2MW variant wind turbine.