Senvion enters new territory

The German wind turbine manufacturer has landed its first order on a market that has otherwise been dominated by two of its fellow countrymen.

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The British Isles will be home to turbines from yet another squeezed German manufacturer, Senvion. While the German manufacturer has thus far only won orders in the UK, the manufacturer is now expanding with its first Irish order ever, reveals Senvion in a press release.

The customer is Irish project developer NTR, which ordered five MM82 turbines with a capacity of 10.25 MW to project developer Teevurcher at County Meath.

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