Alternergy Holdings Corp., a renewable energy (RE) firm, has awarded China-based Envision Energy the contract to supply turbines for its upcoming wind power projects in Alabat and Tanay.
The Alabat Wind Project marks the first wind venture in Quezon province, while the Tanay Wind Project represents the company’s third wind endeavor in Rizal. I Photo: Alternergy Holdings Corporation
The Alabat Wind Project marks the first wind venture in Quezon province, while the Tanay Wind Project represents the company’s third wind endeavor in Rizal.
Together, these projects boast a combined potential power generation capacity of 162 megawatts.
Alternergy president Gerry Magbanua expressed enthusiasm for the collaboration with Envision, emphasizing the company's commitment to employing state-of-the-art solutions for achieving high performance and reliability in wind turbine technology.
Magbanua noted that, upon installation, the turbines from Envision would be the largest in the country. As part of the contract, Envision will handle the design, engineering, manufacturing, and delivery of wind turbine generators (WTGs).
Additionally, Alternergy and Envision have signed a 10-year service and maintenance agreement for both projects.
Knud Hedeager, president of Alternergy Wind Holdings Corp., highlighted the meticulous selection process that led to the partnership with Envision, a recognized leader in wind technology.
Hedeager stressed that this collaboration would bring cutting-edge innovation to ensure optimal energy generation for Alternergy's upcoming wind projects.
John Lee, Envision's general manager for Asia and Africa Markets, affirmed the company's commitment to deploying innovative technologies tailored to the wind climatic conditions of the areas where the wind farms are situated.
Alternergy aims to commence construction of the wind power projects by the second quarter of the year, with commercial operation expected by the end of 2025.
This initiative underscores the company's dedication to expanding renewable energy infrastructure and contributing to sustainable energy development in the Philippines.