Senvion considering US production and heralds 10 MW turbines

If it can find enough projects for an attractive pipeline, German company Senvion will look more closely into US production possibilities.

German wind turbine manufacturer Senvion is considering setting up US production, which according to the company's US country manager, Helmut Herold, will depend on how large a pipeline of orders the company manages to build.

"At the moment we see a lot of opportunities. We see first [installations in the US, -ed.] next year, but the bigger ones [projects, -ed.] are in 2019. We need to find solutions in that two-year time [period, -ed.]," said Herold at a wind turbine conference in Anaheim, California, according to Recharge.

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