Wind energy giant Vestas announced on Monday that it had renewed a long-term service agreement for 632 MW of wind energy spread across Canada under the ownership of CDC Power LP.
Vestas renewed the entire portfolio of Active Output Management 5000 service agreements with C2C Power LP’s subsidiaries for the total 632 MW worth of wind energy projects spread across Canada, from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, to West Cape, Prince Edward Island. The long-term extensions renew Vestas’ service agreements for the whole 20-year operational life of the projects.
“We are pleased to continue our long-standing relationship with Vestas and to extend our O&M agreements through the operational life of the projects,” said Mark Gilmore, Director of Operations. “By renewing our contracts, we are continuing to rely on Vestas to provide reliable, cost effective maintenance services to maximize safe, reliable operations for years to come.”
“I’m proud of the work done by our Service teams across C2C’s portfolio,” added Peter Wells, Vice President of Vestas’ service division in the United States and Canada. “This renewal is a testament to our commitment to drive project performance and profitability, and our commitment to our partnership with C2C to ensure the lifetime performance of their assets.”
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