Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has secured a second order in Russia from Enel Russia, one of many nation’s impartial energy producers (IPP), for the availability of 201 MW of wind generators. The scope of the settlement contains provide, set up and commissioning of 57 Siemens Gamesa three.X platform generators on the Kola wind farm, situated in Murmansk area, Russia. The Kola wind farm is because of be commissioned in 2021. The contract contains full scope O&M (operation & upkeep) providers in the course of the first two years with an possibility to increase.
This order is a part of the preliminary settlement signed with Enel in 2017 for the availability of 291 MW to 2 wind farms in Russia. The first order, the Azovskaya undertaking with 90 MW capability, was introduced by Siemens Gamesa in early October 2018.
With the supply of its confirmed wind generators, Siemens Gamesa will contribute to Russia’s targets to develop native renewable vitality sources reaching three.three GW of wind put in capability by 2024 and to ramp up a neighborhood wind vitality trade.
“We are proud to announce this second massive contract in Russia and to proceed the profitable cooperation with Enel”, says Steven Pryor, CEO Onshore North Europe & Middle East area at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. “Siemens Gamesa is properly underneath strategy to establishing a robust place within the rising Russian renewables market. We have launched fashionable expertise and now we have taken essential steps to make sure native content material necessities.”
OOO Windlife Kola LL1, a 100% Russian SPV of Windlife, is the main developer of the wind farm
In this harsh local weather we’re efficiently planning an 200 MW wind farm that may complement present hydropower era and convey steadiness and stability to the facility provide throughout the Murmansk Oblast.
Windlife is the lead developer of the wind farm and thru its Russian subsidiary organized for the financing of the event. Installation of the wind farm is deliberate for in 2018 and 2019. (Source and picture Siemens Gamesa/Kola windfarm website)
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