Siemens Extends O&M Contract for Oklahoma Wind Energy Plant

Siemens extends wind O&M contract in Oklahoma

Siemens (NYSE: SI) signed a long-term contract extension for service and maintenance at a 152-MW wind energy plant in Oklahoma.

The extension will add balance of plant to the scope and extend it another 15 years at the Keenan II wind farm in Oklahoma, owned by CPV Keenan II Renewable Energy Co. based in Maryland.

Siemens will provide additional service and maintenance for the 66 SWT-2.3-101 wind turbines. The new agreements add BoP to the scope with Siemens performing or coordinating the performance by others of certain service and maintenance activities throughout the wind plant, including the collector system, substation, transformers, transmission lines, switchgear, equipment, machinery, fiber optic cables for the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system, control systems, communication systems, foundations, towers, and access roads. Siemens Digital Services will support the contract, including advanced remote monitoring and diagnostics services.

The Keenan II wind farm started commercial operation in December 2010 and sells the generated electricity to Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co.

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