German wind turbine manufacturer Senvion has won five contracts in Belgium.

With a total capacity of 45 MW, the five projects are with different clients and consist of three in the Walloon region and two in Flanders.

In Walloon, Senvion will supply four of its 3.4M114 turbines to the Nivelles project for Ventis; five MM100 turbines at the Molenbaix wind farm developed by Eneco and the Cooperative CLEF; and four MM100 turbines at the Moulins Saint Roch wind farm for Ipalle.

In Flanders, the Meerhout wind farm developed by Engie Electrabel and operated by Wind4Flanders will comprise three 3.4M114 turbines, while the Minderhout project developed by Storm will be equipped with one 3.0M122 turbine at 180 metres tip height.

Active in the Belgian market since 2004, Senvion has installed nearly 700 MW in the country.

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