Vestas is to supply 396 MW of wind turbines to Mareña Renovables, a Mexican wind developer. The destination of 132 V90-2.0 MW units is the Mareña wind farm being developed in Tehuantepec, in the state of Oaxaca, southern Mexico.
This is a turnkey contract, which means Vestas will deliver, install and commission the turbines, but also provide the entire range of services, such as civil works and electrical works. Additionally, the Danish manufacturer will provide its SCADA system, and perform service and maintenance during a ten year period, which includes the AOM 5000 package, the company's power plant output management service. Mitsubishi has recently acquired a 34% stake in the project, which is estimated to cost about USD 1 billion.