Frankfurt (Germany), Dec 3 (EFE) .- The wind turbine manufacturer Nordex, in which Acciona has a third party, has been awarded a 300 megawatt contract for the El Sauz wind farm in Texas (USA).
Nordex has informed this Friday that it will supply 67 N155 / 4.X turbines of the Delta4000 series.
The order includes the maintenance service of the turbines for five years.
El Sauz will be built in South Texas, near Raymondville, and is a project developed by Apex Clean Energy and owned by JERA Americas, the US subsidiary of global energy leader JERA, which supplies 30% of the electricity in Japan.
JERA was created as an alliance of Tokyo Electric Power Group and Chubu Electric Power Group.
The turbines will be installed in summer 2022 and will be supplied in a 4.5 megawatt operating mode.
“We want to accelerate the transformation of our energy supply to more sustainable forms and this project marks the beginning of what we envision is going to be a substantial and growing commitment to renewables in this state and across the country,” said the CEO. from JERA Americas, Steven Winn.
“We are delighted to be working with JERA Americas in El Sauz. We look forward to a successful collaboration on this project and we are pleased that JERA has opted for our technology in its first project in the US market,” said Nordex Sales Director Patxi Landa.