Nexif Energy has confirmed it has entered into contracts with Senvion Gmbh of Germany to engineer, supply and construct Nexif Energy’s two new wind generation projects in Australia.
Last month, Nexif acquired the 212MW Lincoln Gap Wind Farm in South Australia, and the 90MW Glen Innes Wind Farm in NSW.
Both projects are fully permitted.
Since closing on the acquisition, Nexif Energy has made significant strides in its growth plans for Australia.
“We are proud to announce this major milestone for our Australian wind farm projects and we are looking forward to working with Senvion and starting construction in the next few months,” Nexif founder and co-CEO Matthew Bartley said.
The company kicked off early works at the Glen Innes site in early January 2017 and has also begun offering market-based LGC and energy contracts to counterparties and customers.
“Representing an investment of over $600 million when constructed, our wind farm projects in Australia form a major part of our growth plans,” fellow founder and co-CEO of Nexif Energy Surender Singh said.
“We look forward to building a portfolio of complementary power generation projects in Australia.”