- Published: 02 December 2016 02 December 2016
Senvion has announced that 47 Senvion wind turbines started spinning at the 150MW Mesgi'g Ugju's'n windfarm in Quebec, Canada.
The project is an equal partnership between Innergex and the three Mi'gmaq communities located on the territory of Gespe'gewa'gi: Gesgapegiag, Gespeg and Listuguj. The windfarm features 46 Senvion 3.2M114 type turbines and one Senvion MM92 especially designed and engineered for cold climates and equipped with an anti-icing mechanism. The blades and towers were manufactured locally in Quebec, by LM Wind Power in Gaspé and Marmen in Matane. Each turbine is 100 metres tall, has a rotor diameter of 114 metres (92 metres for the MM92) and a capacity of 3.2MW.