21 Nov, 2014 | Installations
Senvion and PLT engineering sign a contract for the supply of 5 turbines intended for the wind farm located in Torre di Ruggiero (CZ)
Senvion SE, company of the Group Suzlon, fifth producer of wind turbines in the world, and PLT engineering, company controlled by PLT energia Spa, sign a contract for the supply of 5 MM82 turbines with nominal capacity of 2 MW, intended for the wind farm located in Torre di Ruggiero (CZ).

As announced on October 7, 2014, PLT energia acquired by the Spanish group ECOENER permissions and the incentive rate for the construction of the plant.

The plant, 10 MW of installed capacity, is expected to complete the realization works within summer 2015 and will produce electric energy for more than 23,4 GWh a year, satisfying the energetic demand of 10 thousand families and avoiding the atmospheric emission of more than 7 thousand tonnes of CO2 a year. Senvion will moreover handle the maintenance of the turbines for 15 years.

Carlo Schiapparelli, responsible for the italian branch of Senvion, has declared: “Senvion is very pleased to have been selected by PLT engineering for this contract. The wind industry is going through a difficult time following the introduction of the incentive system based on auctions, so it is with even greater satisfaction that we give to the market this sign of optimism for a future increasingly clean”

Pierluigi Tortora, President of PLT engineering, has declared: “PLT energia Group continues to grow. The realisation of this plant has been committed to the company of the Group specialised in the desing, construction and management of plants from renewable sources. The track record boasted in the industry is a guarantee of quality and on time scheduling. The realisation of this new wind farm will bring important economic benefits to the Group and will allow us to take advantage of further economies of scale, as the plant will be built in a highly windy area in which PLT energia is already present with plants in operation for approximately 90 MW”.

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