CRRC Zhuzhou Electric to deliver generators for Senvion’s 3.XM series

18.10.2017
CRRC Zhuzhou Electric Co., Ltd will deliver generators for the NES based Senvion 3.XM series (photo: Senvion)
CRRC Zhuzhou Electric Co., Ltd will deliver generators for the NES based Senvion 3.XM series (photo: Senvion)

Senvion has signed a framework contract with its supplier CRRC Zhuzhou Electric Co., Ltd at China Windpower fair in Beijing. The contract covers the delivery of generators for the NES based Senvion 3.XM series. It foresees that CRRC will provide a minimum of 50 % of generators for the 3.7M144, at least 100 pieces in the next three years.

Jürgen Geissinger, CEO at Senvion, said: "As one of the major wind industry players worldwide, efficient purchasing deals that create scale effects whilst ensuring highest quality are strategically crucial steps towards a more optimized technology. With this cooperation together with CRRC Zhuzhou Electric Co., Ltd for generators, that will power our 3.XM series turbine of the future at the best conditions, Senvion will reach the next step of our goals."

CRRC is one of the largest traction equipment and wind power generator manufacturers in China. Zhou Junjun, President at CRRC Zhuzhou Electric, said: "Being one of the largest wind power generator manufacturers with the strongest R&D and manufacturing capability in China's wind power market, CRRC Zhuzhou Electric Co., Ltd will adhere to its high quality pursuit and ensure product delivery and service performance based on its rich engineering experience and strong test and validation capability. Following Senvion's global footprint, we aim to become Senvion's strategic cooperation partner for existing and new markets."

Senvion has announced the goal of achieving ‎the best LCoE with experienced suppliers at highest quality standards. The strategic cooperation with CRRC will contribute to this goal.

Buddensiek / Senvion

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