Vestas Receives 158 MW Order For Three Projects In Turkey
Vestas has received an order of 158.4 MW from Borusan EnBW for V112-3.3 MW turbines in Turkey.
With reference to Vestas Wind Systems’ A/S company announcement No. 23/2014 of 6 June 2014, Vestas has received an order of 158.4 MW from Borusan EnBW for V112-3.3 MW turbines in Turkey.
As part of the 207 MW framework agreement announced on 7 March 2014 between Vestas and the joint venture of German utility EnBW and the Turkish holding company Borusan, Vestas will supply 48 V112-3.3 MW turbines for three wind power plants in Turkey.
The Mut, Harmanlık and Koru RES wind power plants will be installed across three different regions near the cities of Mersin, Bursa and Çanakkale, respectively. Delivery of all three projects is expected to occur in the final quarter of 2014 with commissioning in the second quarter of 2015.
Mehmet Acarla, General Manager of Borusan EnBW Enerji states: “We have taken the decision to realise one of the largest onshore wind farm portfolios in Europe. To achieve our goal, we have chosen one of the world's foremost wind turbine manufacturers, based on Vestas’ capability of ensuring business case certainty for our long-term plan, together with superior new technology which we look forward to installing across the country.”
“Being chosen as the turbine supplier and service provider for EnBW and Borusan proves that our products and services have earned the trust of our partners during the last 30 years,” comments Marco Graziano, President of Vestas Mediterranean. “Our goal is to secure the lowest cost of energy and best possible performance for our customers throughout the turbines’ lifetime.”
Together, the three contracts amount to 158.4 MW and include supply, installation and commissioning of the wind turbines, a VestasOnline® Business SCADA system, as well as a five-year full-scope service agreement (AOM 4000).
Once completed, the three wind power plants will have a total estimated annual production of more than 500,000 MWh per year, saving the environment from over 230,000 tons of CO2 emissions on an annual basis. Furthermore, it will provide enough electricity to cover the residential electricity consumption of more than 830,000 people in Turkey.