Sun Prairie company agrees to buy six 1.65 MW wind turbines from Hyundai Heavy Industries

Posted on October 9, 2009. Filed under: Wind |

From a news release issued by Wave Wind:

Wave Wind, LLC, a leading wind energy service provider, recently agreed to purchase six 1.65 MW wind turbines from Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI). The wind turbines—the first ever sold by HHI in North America—will be transported by Wave Wind from the port of Houston to Wisconsin, where Wave Wind will assemble and erect them for a client.

The agreement represents an important step for both companies.

For Wave Wind, access to a new manufacturing partner will help it better serve its clients by diversifying its supply of state-of-the-art wind turbines. The agreement is also a step towards expanding cooperation between Wave Wind and HHI.

For HHI, access to an experienced wind services partner propels its entrance into the North American wind turbine market—a key step in HHI’s commitment to becoming a world leader in renewable energy manufacturing. HHI can also rely on Wave Wind’s support to ensure the six turbines—the first manufactured at its new 600 MW plant in Gunsan, South Korea—are transported, assembled, and erected successfully.


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