Suzlon Energy on Monday said its UK-based unit REpower has signed two contracts for supplying wind turbines for a new wind farm in England.
These wind farms will have output of 8.2 MW each, enough to generate power for nearly 5,000 homes.
“Suzlon Group’s UK subsidiary, REpower UK signed two new contracts totalling 16.4 MW. The company will be supplying wind turbines for a new wind farm at South Wales in England,” an official statement said. “Construction work will commence in summer 2013 and will be completed towards the end of the year.”
Avonmouth Wind Farm, located at the Bristol sewage treatment works, is being developed by Triodos Renewables Plc and GENeco, Wessex Water’s waste-to-energy company. The order will consist of four MM92 wind turbines.