Further Milestone Reached
Kenersys Demonstration Turbines Successfully Commissioned
"The Kenersys demonstration turbines K100 2.5 MW und K82 2.0MW near the city of Grevesmuehlen are important milestones of our strategy to further establish Kenersys as a wind turbine manufacturer in the European market", Paulo Fernando Soares, CEO of the Kenersys Group, explains. With these two serial turbines produced in Wismar the company has additional possibilities to further prove and improve grid compliance, power generation and other parameters at the Grevesmuehlen site which is IEC compliant.
"We continue to ramp up the production in Wismar to serve our customers in Europe. In the past year we have managed to create a unique infrastructure at our production facility here in Wismar: a production plant with an annual output capacity of up to 200 turbines, direct access from the facility itself to deep waters, a great potential of highly qualified and motivated staff and many reliable regional partners. Our test and demonstration site "Grevesmuehlen" completes our infrastructure. "We now have the possibility to demonstrate our production and products "live", Andreas von Bobart, CEO of the business unit Kenersys Europe adds.
When installing the two turbines the company paid attention on local content. The towers, for instance, are supplied by the company KGW from Schwerin, the transport of nacelle and rotor blades was carried out by local logistics company Balmer, crane works by HN cranes (Wismar Rostock) and the civil works by Bau-Union Wismar.
About Kenersys Europe GmbH
Kenersys is a worldwide operating manufacturer of wind turbine generators. Founded in 2003 as a engineering company focused on wind, the company has become part of the Kalyani Group since 2007. With its two platforms K82 2.0MW and K100 2.5MW the company focuses on the onshore market. A total of 180 employees work for the company group. The headquarters and center of design and development are based in Muenster/Germany. The production plants are based in Wismar, Eastern Germany and Baramati, India, serving the Indian market.