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Windtech International March April 2024 issue






Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas has signed a deal to maintain and service the turbines at five US wind farms owned by Infigen (Australia). The agreements cover 564 MWT 1000A (1MW) turbines across five wind farms in four US states.

Under the agreements, Mitsubishi will provide extended warranties, turbine maintenance services and replacement components for the turbines until 30 March 2017. Where applicable, these agreements supersede the existing original equipment manufacturers warranty agreements for those turbines. Key features of the new agreements include:
  • Mitsubishi being responsible for all turbine maintenance costs including labour and the cost of component replacements for a fixed cost per turbine (subject to agreed liability caps)
  • Mitsubishi providing turbine availability guarantees backed by liquidated damages provisions; and
  • Mitsubishi being entitled to certain performance payments if turbine availability exceeds prescribed levels.
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