Repower wins 30MW Ontario deal

CANADA: Repower has won an order from developer Wind Works to supply 30MW in Ontario.

The project will use Repower's MM92 turbine
The project will use Repower's MM92 turbine

Repower will supply 15 MM92 2MW turbines that have been enabled for cold weather conditions. They installed at two wind farms in the south of the province.  

The projects are: Whispering Woods (10MW) and Ganaraska (20MW).

Speaking about the deal Wind Works' President and CEO Ingo Stuckmann said: "I was involved in ordering seventeen of these same windmills in 2007 and they are performing with over 98% technical availability. They are a proven and clean technology."

Canada has been a good hunting ground for Repower this year. In January, it won a contract with Saint-Laurent Énergies Consortium to supply 300MW for the Lac-Alfred wind farm project in the Gaspésie region. It will consist of 150 2MW turbines and is Repower’s largest Canadian project to date. 

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