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Senvion handed 37MW UK order

UK: Senvion (formerly Repower) has been awarded the contract to supply 11 3.4MW turbines to the Crook Hill project in Rochdale, north-west England.

Senvion's 3.4M104 turbine will be used at Crook Hill (Pic: Senvion SE 2014)
Senvion's 3.4M104 turbine will be used at Crook Hill (Pic: Senvion SE 2014)

The German turbine manufacturer was won the deal from InfraRed Capital Partners, a London-based investment firm. InfraRed acquired the site in 2013 from UK developer Coronation Power.

UK developer Partnerships for Renewables was contracted by InfraRed to construct the project. Installation is set to begin in April 2015.

Senvion previously worked with Partnerships for Renewables at the 4MW Oakdale wind development in Wales, which was commissioned last month.

The 3.4M104 Senvion turbine has been designed for Ib and IIa high and medium wind speed sites and uses a 104-metre diameter rotor.

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