Senvion completes three projects

Postponed by around one year, the stalled wind turbine manufacturer has now finished installing two projects in Chile, while a third facility in Australia is announced complete.
Photo: Senvion
Photo: Senvion

Senvion is still operating – and in several ways. The German wind turbine manufacturer, which filed for bankruptcy only two months ago, is now done installing three wind farms with a combined capacity of 379 MW in Chile and Australia. In this year's first five months, Senvion installed 457 MW, 86 percent more than the 256 MW completed in the same period last year, Senvion informs in a statement.

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