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Vestas secures 84MW repowering order in Austria

Posted on 31 May 2024. Edited by: Tony Miles. Read 512 times.
Vestas secures 84MW repowering order in AustriaPhoto: Vestas Wind Systems A/S

Denmark-based Vestas has received an 84MW order from BE Energy GmbH, a subsidiary of Burgenland Energie, to repower a part of the Neusiedl-Weiden wind energy project in Austria. Vestas will deliver 14 V150-6.0MW wind turbines, and the order includes supply, delivery, and commissioning. Upon completion, Vestas will service the turbines under a 25-year Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement designed to ensure optimised performance of the assets.

Christoph Manseder, Vesta’s senior sales director for Austria and Switzerland, said: “Neusiedl-Weiden is one of Austria’s largest repowering projects to date with 44 older turbines due to be replaced. This underlines the great significance repowering projects can have for the energy transition as fewer and more powerful units will be installed in an already developed location. We are grateful to be part of such an important project and look forward to continuing our collaboration with BE Energy GmbH.”

Mag Klaus Maras, managing director of BE Energy GmbH, said: “The whole of Burgenland, and we as a company, can be proud that we are now starting Austria’s largest wind repowering project. We are also relying on new, innovative wind turbines from Vestas for this project and are delighted that we have concluded a supply and maintenance contract. With Vestas, we have a reliable partner at our side to achieve the desired energy independence in Burgenland and are convinced that the desired quality and delivery dates will be met.”

Turbine delivery is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2025 with commissioning scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter of 2025.