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Windtech International March April 2024 issue






REpower Systems and the Belgian offshore project development company C-Power have signed a contract agreeing the delivery of 48 wind energy turbines of the REpower 6M type. Existing REpower clients RWE Innogy and EDF EN both have a share in C-Power as strategic partners.

The turbines have a total rated power of approximately 295MW and are envisaged for phases 2 and 3 of the first Belgian offshore wind farm, Thornton Bank. The installation of 24 turbines for phase 2 is planned for the spring of 2012, and a further 24 are designated for installation during a third extension stage by mid-2013. A bank consortium of seven commercial banks, together with the European Investment Bank are providing approximately € 900 million in financing. The total investment – including the refinancing of the first phase project – amounts up to approximately € 1.3 billion. An export credits guarantee is generally promised by the German government. 55% of the investors come from Belgium. For phases 2 and 3, REpower’s scope of delivery covers  the production and delivery of the nacelles, towers, blades and hubs as well as pre-installation in the port of Oostende. Furthermore, REpower is responsible for the installation, the commissioning and the test run of the turbines. REpower will deliver its full service product OFS for all three stages, which includes responsibility for operations and maintenance, as well as the transportation at sea.
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