Suzlon Wind Energy wins service contract extension for four sites in United States

Suzlon Group subsidiary Suzlon Wind Energy said April 4 that it had received an extension for one more year for operations, maintenance and service for certain EDP Renováveis (or EDP Renewables) (EDPR) projects in the United States.

The extended agreement is for maintaining the fleet of all 190 units totaling about 400 MW, installed across four sites Rattlesnake and Wheatfield in Oregon, Meadow Lake in Indiana and the Kittitas Valley in Washington.

“This is one of our long-standing customers and we are proud to be partnering with them for deployment of clean energy solutions,” said Suzlon Wind Energy CEO Andy Cukurs.

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