Senvion has announced the signature of a framework contract with EDP Renewables in Portugal totaling up to 216 MW. The agreement will include wind turbines from the Senvion MM and 3.XM series and the contract is valid until the end of 2019. This framework contract also includes the supply of full maintenance services for five years with an extension up to 20 years.
The contract comprises Senvion MM92 and MM100 turbines, with a respective nominal power of 2.05 MW and 2.0 MW as well as the recently upgraded Senvion 3.6M114 and 3.4M122, with 3.6 and 3.4 MW rated power respectively. These turbines demonstrate how the Senvion portfolio meets the range of wind conditions in Portugal. This agreement marks a significant contribution to the drive to reach the country’s 2020 European clean energy targets.
Senvion’s production facilities, located in the central region of Portugal, will deliver the components, highlighting Senvion’s commitment to local content. By delivering components for export as well as the local market, Senvion continues to develop its key industrial plants and support the value chain within Portugal. Since 2004, Senvion has invested over 100 million euros in production plants in Portugal. Today, Senvion employs over 1,200 people, demonstrating how the wind sector supports employment opportunities for the country.