Kenersys has closed a wind power contract for Sweden

Within a week the wind turbine manufacturer Kenersys Europe has closed an additional contract for Sweden: Three wind turbines Kenersys K100 provide a wind farm of 7,5 MW in Sweden and will be delivered and installed this year at the community of Bralanda (Västergotaland Province) at the western banks of lake Vänern for project developer Vänervind AB (Mariestad).

The wind power contract includes wind turbine supply, foundation, transformer station, installation and commissioning of the wind turbines.

"Thanks to this additional wind energy contract from Sweden this year Kenersys has established itself very well in the market and enables us to gain track record. This provides confidence into our turbines on the customers side as well as investors and financing banks. Emerging from the renowned German engineering company RSB Consult in 2007, Kenersys has expanded into a company with 180 employees worldwide. Our success is mainly based on the strong design and development capabilities and vast project execution experience of our engineers", Andreas von Bobart, CEO of Kenersys Europe GmbH, summarizes the positive development of the turbine manufacturer.

The objective is, according to Andreas von Bobart, to prove product quality and reliability with smaller projects such as "Bralanda". According to von Bobart this is important to convince customers of the suitability of Kenersys turbines for larger projects. This goal the company has already achieved in India for example with the 98 MW frame contract with Tata Power.

Kenersys is a worldwide operating manufacturer of wind turbine generators. Founded in 2003 as a engineering company focused on wind energy, the company has become part of the Kalyani Group since 2007.

With its two platforms K82 2.0MW and K100 2.5MW the company focuses on the on-shore market. A total of 180 employees work for the company group. The headquarters and center of design and development are based in Muenster/Germany. The production plants are based in Wismar, Eastern Germany and Baramati, India, serving the Indian wind power market.