- Published: 04 November 2005 04 November 2005
Siemens Power Generation (PG) has received two orders for the supply of 27 turbines for wind power systems in Germany and Greece. Four wind farms with a total of 13 wind turbines will be located in the western part of Germany near the border with Luxembourg. The purchaser is the Pinneberg-based company enXco GmbH, a development company in Germany. enXco is a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles – a group member of EDF Electricité de France – with worldwide activities specialising in development, operation and ownership of wind farms. The scope of the order encompasses two 1.3MW, four 2.3MW and seven 2.3MW Mk II turbines, as well as a two-year warranty and service agreement. Delivery of the turbines will commence in November 2005 and be completed by the end of the year. Two new wind farms named Modi II and Kalogiris will be built on the island of Crete in Greece. Siemens PG will equip these facilities with a total of 14 wind turbines. The company will supply eight 600kW turbines for the Modi II wind farm and six turbines of the same rating for the Kalogiris facility. The purchaser is the Rokas Group.