EA commissions 260 MW Hanuman wind project in Thailand
Power utility Energy Absolute (EA) has commissioned the last turbines of the 260 MW Hanuman wind park project in the Chaiyaphum Province of Thailand. The onshore wind complex is equipped with 103 units of Siemens Gamesa Renewables Energy's G126-2.5 turbines; international engineering consultancy company Pöyry provided owner's engineering services for the wind turbine installation and commissioning of the units. The Hanuman project has been commissioned in parts since January 2019. 75 MW Hanuman 1 and 45 MW Hanuman 8 were commissioned in late January, followed by 47.5 MW Hanuman 5 in March, 42.5 MW Hanuman 9 and 80 MW Hanuman 10 in April 2019. The project, one of the largest wind project in Thailand, has a secured power purchase agreement (PPA) with the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT).
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