Heritage Sustainable Energy LLC, a developer of wind and solar in Michigan, has executed an 80-MW wind-power agreement with Senvion. The first 20 MW are already firm followed by a conditional 60 MW. The agreement includes a 21-year full service contract.
“We are excited to continue working with such a respected partner as Heritage,” said Lance Marram, CEO North America of Senvion. “With this project, we will support Michigan’s ambition to reach their renewable energy goal. Garden II is further proof that wind energy is competitive and cost-effective even in medium-wind regions.”
Located in Delta County, Michigan, the Garden II project will consist of 20 Senvion 4.0M140 wind turbines with a hub height of 82 meters. The installation of phases one and two will occur in 2019 and 2020, respectively.
The state supports the strategic expansion of renewable energies targeting a 25% renewable energy goal by 2030.
“Heritage is extremely pleased to expand the business relationship with Senvion,” said Marty Lagina, Founder and Chief Executive of Heritage Sustainable Energy. “Senvion has proven to be a reliable and competent long term partner at our existing wind farms. We are very confident that these next generation “state of the art” Senvion turbines will generate considerably more electricity at reduced cost, a great benefit for the environment and the people of the state of Michigan.”
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