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Vestas has secured 10-year advanced service contract renewals with GDF SUEZ Energia Italia, which heads the Italian-based energy business of the GDF SUEZ Group.

The contracts are for six wind power plants in Italy with a total capacity of 130 MW - comprising 31 units of V90-2.0 MW and 80 units of V52-850 kW wind turbines. Installed between 2006 and 2010, the power plants are located in the regions of Campania, Molise and Sicily.

The service contract extensions include a 10-year service agreement with Vestas’ Active Output Management (AOM) 5000 service scope. Under the agreement, GDF SUEZ Energia Italia will also utilize the Vestas Weather & Power Forecast, a weather and production forecasting system.




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