Senvion wins Portugal wind turbine deal

German windpower firm Senvion has signed a deal with Spanish energy company EDP Renewables to deliver up to 216 MW in Portugal.

EDP Renewables is majority-owned by Portuguese utility Energias de Portugal (EDP), Portugalà‚´s largest industrial group which is headquartered in Lisbon.

“Portugal has become a true success story for Senvion,” said José Costa, managing director of Senvion Portugal. “This contract is yet another milestone in this key market.”

The framework contract runs until the end of 2019 will include wind turbines from the Senvion MM and 3.XM series to be deployed in EDP Renewables’ projects.

Senvion has production facilities in the central region of Portugal where it will make components for export as well as the local market.

The chief executive of Senivon, Jàƒ¼rgen Geissinger, said: “We are delighted to sign this contract with EDP Renewables, a major worldwide player in the wind business. Senvion is particularly proud to be selected as their supplier for a major investment and in their home country. For many years, Portugal has been a place of strategic investments for Senvion and our long-term vision is rewarded by this contract.”

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