Enovos Luxembourg opens 10 MW wind farm in France

Enovos Luxembourg’s Souilly wind farm, which began construction in January 2012, is now producing renewable energy. The wind energy project consists of five wind turbines with a power generation capacity of 2 MW each.

The infrastructure construction work began in January 2012 and in February the preliminary components of the wind turbines were delivered on site. Assembly and installation of the equipment was completed in August.

The wind turbines chosen for this site are the Vestas V90 model. 

Enovos is already involved in wind farms: the company has another site in France with a total output capacity of 12 MW, three sites in Germany with a total output capacity of 27.8 MW and 5 sites in Luxemburg with a total output capacity of 48.6 MW.

Enovos Luxembourg is an energy supplier in Luxembourg and is also present on the German, French and Belgian energy markets. The company is owned by private companies and the government of Luxembourg.

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