Vestas to service wind power farm in Canada

Vestas

Vestas has secured a five-year service agreement from ENMAX Energy Corp. for the 63 MW Kettles Hill Wind Farm in Alberta, Canada.

The contract includes Vestas’ Active Output Management 5000 service option, a weather forecasting system that guarantees an up to 97 percent energy-based guarantee to ensure turbines are operational when the wind blows.

The first phase of the wind project was built in 2006 with five V80-1.8 MW turbines, while the second phase was completed in 2007 using 30 V80-1.8 MW turbines. ENMAX Energy acquired the farm in 2008 through a subsidiary.

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