REpower enters Romanian market with eight-turbine deal

Wind power company REpower Systems has enetered the Romanian market with a deal for eight turbines.

The 3.2 MW turbines – each with a  hub height of 93 metres and a rotor diameter of 114 metres – will be delivered to a wind project near Margineni which is expected to be completed in a year’s time.

REpower – part of India’s Suzlon Group – has also set up a a Romanian subsidiary, REpower Systems DTE Romania, which is based in Bucharest.

Jan Gasche, managing director of the new company, said the Romanian market “boasts tremendous potential that we naturally want to take advantage of for REpower in the coming years”.

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