Vestas secures service agreement for an 84 MW-Romanian wind power plant

Under the agreement, Vestas will be providing the Topolog Dorobantu wind power plant with their Active Output Management 5000 service programme which ensures turbine operation when the wind is blowing.

Wind turbine company Vestas has secured a service agreement which will cover an 84 megawatt wind power plant located in Tulcea County in Romania.

Under the agreement, Vestas will be providing the Topolog Dorobantu wind power plant with their Active Output Management 5000 service programme which ensures turbine operation when the wind is blowing.

The service option will also include a VestasOnline surveillance system which will remotely control and monitor the turbines.

“We are pleased to receive this service order with an option for up to 150 MW wind power plants from our highly valued customer LUKERG Renew. WE are happy to support our customer’s business case with our 30 years of wind energy experience and modern Active Output Management service package,” said Mikael Ronholm-Nielsen, vice president of sales, Austria/Eastern Europe.

“This contract underlines LUKERG Renew’s confidence in our expertise and in our capability to provide the optimal service for their large wind power plants in an important market such as Romania,” Mr. Ronholm-Nielsen added.

The Topolog Dorobantu project is considered as one of the largest projects in Romania, and is expected to produce more than 200 gigawatt hours annually – corresponding to a yearly savings of around 110,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions. The electricity generated from the wind power plant is enough to cover residential electricity consumption of more than 60,000 Romanian households. – EcoSeed Staff

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