It has installed turbines at the 170MW Sarco and 129MW Aurora projects in Chile owned by Aela Energia, a joint venture of Actis (60%) and Mainstream Renewable Power (40%). The manufacturer also completed installation at Pacific Hydro’s 80MW Crowlands site in Australia, the company announced.
Commissioning is now underway at all three wind farms, Senvion added.
The manufacturer has now installed 475MW in the first five months of 2019, compared to 256MW in the corresponding period in 2018 – an 86% increase year on year.
CEO Yves Rannou said: "We are making solid progress in our execution.
"We have shown that we were able to streamline the installations – one of our key challenges and main tasks during the last few months."
Later that month it secured a €100 million loan from existing lenders, enabling the company to continue operations and enact its restructuring plan as it navigates the administration process.