FUTUREN orders wind turbines

FUTUREN, an independent producer of renewable energy, has concluded a turbine supply agreement for the purchase of seven wind turbines for the Courant-Nachamps project, located on the territory of the Courant and Nachamps municipalities, in the Charente-Maritime department, in France. The contract also includes associated maintenance services, securing the costs of maintenance over fifteen years.

After ordering the turbines and securing a long-term bank loan, the Group will start the construction works for the Courant-Nachamps project in 2017, the commissioning being expected in the beginning of 2018. The selected turbine model will deliver a unit capacity of 3 MW, bringing the total installed capacity of the wind farm to 21 MW. Once in operation, the future wind farm will generate green electricity covering the domestic electricity needs of almost 24,000 households each year.

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