Senvion continues positive trend

The day after announcing an order on a major Australian wind farm, Senvion can report a collaboration with a Germany energy company concerning the deliveries to several projects.

German wind turbine manufacturer Senvion has signed a deal with Energie Baden-Württemberg (EnBW). The manufacturer has been selected as an "exclusive partner" in the energy company's "several hundred megawatt" onshore wind projects in Germany. The projects will use Senvion's 4 MW low wind turbine and be included in the upcoming German onshore wind tender, writes Senvion.

"Germany is and remains a core market for Senvion. Senvion has experience from various markets with auction systems and has demonstrated technological competence in the last two years through strategic product launches. As a result, our customers in Germany and worldwide have a strong partner in Senvion in order to win auctions," says Senvion CEO Jürgen Geissinger in the press release.

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