Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has signed a four-year O&M agreement with Pattern Energy for its 218-MW Panhandle Wind 1 facility, consisting of 118 units of 1.85-87 MW GE wind turbines. The company will begin servicing the turbines later this year in Carson County, Texas.
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“Siemens Gamesa is a strong service provider and we count on them to optimize performance and to realize the full value of our wind turbine fleet,” said Kevin Devlin, Senior VP of Operations, Pattern Energy.
The deal features a service and maintenance agreement, offering the best in scale and flexibility to maximize energy asset returns. By leveraging Siemens Gamesa’s technical experience and capabilities for servicing turbines of other manufacturers, the company is able to improve the performance and reliability of the GE technology. Siemens Gamesa will implement a full range of value-added analytics, including NEM Solutions and SCADA Diagnostics.
Siemens Gamesa has been actively maintaining wind turbines from other manufacturers since 2010. The new agreement brings Siemens Gamesa’s total multi-brand turbine servicing portfolio to more than 1 GW.