CG wins wind onshore projects in France

CG wins wind onshore projects in FranceAvantha Group Company CG has been awarded a contract worth € 3.5 million for design, engineering, supply, installation and commissioning of a “WINDSUB” (wind farm substation) at the 75 MW Seine Rive Gauche Nord wind farm in France. CG will also be responsible for upgrading and building the overall electrical system.The project scope includes all electrical, mechanical and civil engineering works, supply of two 45 MVA step-up power transformers, medium voltage and high-voltage air insulated switchgear (AIS), substation automation system (SAS), buildings and ancillaries.The substation will help integrate wind energy and boost power supplies to meet the growing residential demand besides reinforcing the transmission grid and improving reliability, efficiency and power quality. The total 150 GWh of installed capacity will produce electricity for over 55,000 households with an estimated reduction in emissions of 130.000 tonnes of CO2 per year.The project is scheduled for completion by mid 2014. Substations include equipment that protect and control the flow of electric power, transform voltage levels and facilitate the safe, efficient transmission and distribution of electricity in the grid.CG was successful against established industry competition in securing this 2nd reference project in the French renewable sector after the 225kV wind substation commissioned in 2011 for VALECO’s wind farm “Les monts de Lacaune”.Commenting on this, Laurent Demortier, CEO and Managing Director, Avantha Group Company CG, “This is yet another proud moment for us. We thank Nordex and H2air for awarding CG the contract. This win demonstrates CG’s local project management strengths, and on and offshore track record besides our cost-efficient approach in offering turnkey ‘design and build’ grid infrastructure solutions. The contract is recognition of our offerings and expertise in the renewable energy sector and our commitment to support France’s renewal goal and the growing regional electricity needs.”

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