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Senvion to supply 80 MW of turbines for Mich. wind project

Senvion SA signed a contract with Heritage Sustainable Energy to supply 80 MW of turbines for the Garden II wind project in Delta County, Mich.

The first 20 MW of the supply deal is firm, and the remaining 60-MW are conditional, according to a news release. The project will host 20 of Senvion's turbines. The first phase will be installed in 2019 and the second phase in 2020.

The contract also includes a 21-year service agreement for the wind turbines.

Heritage Sustainable Energy operates the 28-MW Heritage Garden wind project under a 20-year power purchase agreement with CMS Energy Corp. subsidiary Consumers Energy Co. that is set to expire in September 2032.

The German turbine manufacturer said in a Sept. 10 release that the project complements the state's target of 25% renewable energy by 2030.