According to reports, Repower Systems SE, a German wind turbine maker, won an order to supply its machines to a 122- megawatt wind farm in the Netherlands owned by Swedish utility Vattenfall AB.
Hamburg-based Repower, a unit of Asia’s third-largest turbine maker Suzlon Energy Ltd. of India, signed a contract for the supply of 36 turbines with 3.4 megawatts of capacity each with Zuidlob Wind, a Vattenfall unit, Repower said today in a website statement. Financial details weren’t disclosed.
The wind farm near Zeewolde, to be completed in the spring of 2013, is “one of the country’s largest,” Andreas Nauen, chief executive officer at Repower, said in the statement.
Construction of the project will start later this year, according to Vattenfall’s website.