Vestas Secures Service Agreement For Senvion Turbines In Australia

As the largest multi-fire service provider in the wind industry, the Lincoln Gap Agreement complements the existing 107 MW vestas portfolio of Senvion turbines in Australia under long-term and comprehensive service contracts. Worldwide, Vestas now operates more than 300 MW of Senvion turbines in Australia, Europe and the United States. The high quality of execution and performance is supported by more than 10,000 dedicated service employees and a global network in 69 countries. Clive Turton, President of Vestas Asia Pacific, said: “The multi-fire department with EDL shows how Vestas can use our market experience, broad service capacity and comprehensive supply chain to add value to our customers throughout the wind farm lifecycle, from maintenance to Vestas turbines to third-party machinery. EDL CEO James Harman said: “EDL is pleased to name Vestas our maintenance service provider for Coober Pedy, Cullerin Range and Wonthaggi wind farms. We look forward to a safe and productive relationship with Vestas. With the service contract, the company`s portfolio of services on Senvion turbines is now reached in the country with 287 MW and more than 300 MW throughout the Asia-Pacific region. “Multi-fire service agreements like Lincoln Gap show how Vestas can use our market experience, broad service capacity and vast supply chain to deliver value to our customers throughout the wind farm lifecycle, whether for service on Vestas turbines or third-party machines,” says Clive Turton. , President of Vestas Asia Pacific. “We are proud that customers across our region can turn to vestas, industry-leading and cost-effective service solutions.” In March, the company obtained a service agreement from Nexif Energy to obtain the first stage of 126 MW of the 212 MW Lincoln Gap wind farm in southern Australia.

In partnership with EDL, a global energy producer, Vestas has entered into service contracts for australia`s three Coober Pedy wind farms in South Australia, Cullerin Range in New South Wales and Wonthaggi in Victoria. Vestas leverages its first-class multi-fire expertise and will provide maintenance of 23 MM82 and MM92-2.05 MW wind turbines at the three sites for a total of 47 MW. With more than 8 GW of non-Vestas turbines currently in service worldwide, Vestas 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: “You are an experienced industry leader in multi-brand service, and their full geographic presence in Australia allows them to provide high quality service teams alongside our wind assets.” Goldwind Australia has announced a major project brick with the completion of the installation of 149 wind turbines at the 530 MW Stockyard Hill wind farm in Victoria. The promoter of the Brazilian project Casa dos Ventos has ordered wind turbines from Vestas for the largest wind farm in Latin America: the 534 MW extension will add one gigawatt to the Rio do Vento complex in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. The Lincoln Gap expansion demonstrates Vestas` know-how on the wind turbine brand through our ability to integrate the existing Senvion fleet into our turbines and successfully export them to the grid. In partnership with EDL, a global energy producer, Vestas has entered into service contracts for Australia`s three wind farms.