Published: 02 July 2018 02 July 2018
French renewable energy developer Eurowatt has placed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) order for the 26MW La Crémière wind park to be located in the Pas de Calais department, within the Hauts de France region, in Northern France.
The EPC contract includes the projects civil and electrical works as well as supply, transport, installation and commissioning of eight V112-3.45MW turbines delivered in 3.3MW Load Optimised Mode. Turbine delivery is planned for the end of the first quarter of 2019, whilst commissioning is expected by the beginning of the third quarter of the same year.
Further Vestas enters Bolivia with a 108MW order for the three wind parks, San Julián, Warnes, and El Dorado, all located in the municipalities of Cocota, Warnes and Cabezas in Santa Cruz, central Bolivia. Upon completion, the three wind parks have a capacity of 40MW, 14MW and 54MW respectively and will make up the Santa Cruz wind project and have a total capacity of 108MW. The order is placed by ENDE (Electricity National Company), a Bolivian state-owned company managing electric energy generation, transmission, and distribution in the country. The order includes site construction supervision and a MV Collector system as well as supply and installation of 30 V136-3.45MW delivered in 3.6MW Power Optimised Mode. Turbine delivery is expected for 2019, while commissioning and take over is planned for the next year.
Vestas has also received an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) order for the 48MW Guzmancitos wind park to be located in the Puerto Plata region, in the Dominican Republic. The EPC contract includes the supply and installation of 16 V136-3.45MW turbines delivered in 3.0MW Load Optimised Mode. The order was placed by RGE, and, additionally to the wind turbines, it also includes a 10-year service agreement. Turbine delivery is planned for the first quarter of 2019, whilst commissioning is expected for the third quarter of the same year.