EDF Renewables North America has signed a multi-year agreement with Phoenix Wind Repower, a portfolio investment of a fund managed by the Infrastructure and Power strategy at Ares Management Corporation, to provide operations and maintenance (O&M) services for three wind projects located in Texas.
With this agreement, EDF Renewables’ Asset Optimization portfolio has reached over 2,300 MW in Texas, encompassing 15 projects and six turbine manufacturers.
Under the terms of the agreement, EDF Renewables will provide Asset Management, Balance of Plant (BOP) Management, Remote Monitoring, and NERC Compliance Services for the wind projects. The 225-MW Trinity Hills, 145-MW Sherbino Mesa II, and 60-MW Silver Star projects currently operate with Clipper C96-2.5 machines and will be repowered with Vestas V110-2.2 technology by 2020.
“We appreciate the opportunity to be trusted to help the three Texas wind projects deliver the highest value,” said Dalen Copeland, Vice President, O&M Business Development for EDF Renewables Asset Optimization. “This agreement demonstrates how we keep project owner’s success in mind by leveraging deep experience and a flexible suite of services into smarter decisions and increased performance.”
EDF Renewables is an industry leader, providing asset optimization services to more than 13 GW of wind and solar projects globally. With more than 30 years of experience and over 450 experts employed in North America, EDF Renewables offers the same innovative solutions to our customers that maximize the performance of our owned projects.
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