Senvion presents its largest 2-MW turbine series for India

Senvion, a global manufacturer of wind turbines, is launching four new products in the Indian market. The turbines in the 2-MW class, Senvion 2.XM, come from a suitable acquisition made in summer 2016, and are now available in India for install in late 2017. The Senvion 2.XM modular platform is well adapted to Indian market and its climate conditions achieve a constant yield at high temperatures up to +50° C.

Senvion new 2-MW wind turbines

Senvion’s new 2.XM series offers a choice of four turbine models, designed to reliably generate high yields at low to medium wind speed sites. With an operating temperature range of −20° to +50°C, the 2.X series can be operated under a range of climatic conditions.

“Senvion has arrived in India, within a few short months after its market entrance was announced,” said Jürgen Geissinger, CEO of Senvion. “With the launch of four products that have been optimized with Senvion technology, we can immediately offer our customers the right solutions for their wind power project in India. Further successful solutions and innovations will follow as the market demands in future.”

The modular concept of Senvion turbines deliver cost-competitive, robust, and reliable product variants with four rotor sizes and specific towers with hub heights from 90 to 120 meters. Senvion’s four turbines include: 2.4M110, 2.4M114, and 2.3M120, as well as the 2.3M124 with a rotor diameters from 110 to 124 meters and power ratings from 2.3 to 2.4 MW. This includes the ability to deliver additional power solutions for specific sites.

With this high modularity, Senvion can offer customers the most optimized wind-plant solutions, adapted to the wind conditions from very low wind to medium wind speeds, which deliver the lowest LCoE (Levelized Cost of Energy). The full converter system and the advanced control technologies fulfill the current local regulatory and grid requirements.

“The Indian Wind Power market is one of the fastest growing markets in the world. The transparent auction system set-up by the government is a welcome move in growing the demand for wind power from non-windy states,” said Amit Kansal, Managing Director of Senvion India.

Senvion will present the above-mentioned products at Windergy in New Delhi from April 25 to 28 for the first time. Start of production is planned within 2017.

“With the new 2.XM products, Senvion meets the certification and the statutory rules and will ‘Make-in-India’ to deliver high-quality wind-power solution and right LCoE,” addedKansal. “With our highly qualified team of sales, production. and service experts, we are looking forward to delivering our customers optimum power in the future.”


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