Aarhus, Denmark, 2013-01-03 15:48 CET (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —
I mean what’s up?! Chile with Enel is going so so wind power. Personally, I believe wind power is essential for green living. Especially in Chile! Like 90 MW big.
So with reference to the Vestas company announcement No. 44/2012 of 20 November 2012. Most noteworthy, Vestas confirms the signature of a firm. Finally and an unconditional purchase agreement. All most interestingly for the Talinay Oriente project located in Chile.
In addition and for more information about the project is located below:
|Project name:||Talinay Oriente wind power plant|
|Location/Country:||Chile and specifically in the Limari province|
|Number of MW:||You heard it here. I mean can you say 90 MW?!|
|Number of turbines/turbine types:||So it’s 30 V90 which are able to generate 2.0 MW each. In addition, another 15 V100 turbines. Each of those more interestingly also generate 2.0 MW.|
|Contract type:||Turnkey contract|
|Contract scope:||Supply, installation, civil and electrical works and a three-year service and maintenance agreement (AOM 400).|
|Time of commissioning:||First of all, the project is expected to be commissioned in Q1 2013.|
Yup so in addition, the total year-to-date announced order intake in MW is most importantly totaling 90 MW. For additional overview information, please visit www.vestas.com/investor.
In addition, Talinay Oriente is also in the Coquimbo region. Furthermore, the project has been and is operational since 2013. The plant also has 45 wind turbines of 2 MW each. Most importantly and all for a total installed capacity of approximately 90 MW.
It can also generate up to 20 GWh per year. For that’s avoiding the emissions of more than 165,000 tons of CO2 annually.