Renewables developer Alternergy has ordered wind turbines totalling 162MW from Chinese manufacturer Envision Energy for the Alabat and Tanay wind projects in the Philippines.
The Tanay project is set to be located in the country’s Rizal province, while Alabat is located in Quezon province. Both projects are due to be commissioned by the end of 2025. Envision is set to supply turbines of 6.5MW-8MW each.
John Lee, general manager of Asia and Africa markets at Envision Energy, said: “We are deploying innovative technologies to the WTGs for the Alabat and Tanay wind projects that are specifically selected and designed to suit the wind climatic conditions in these areas and have received certifications from international and reputable accreditations bodies. The partnership is aimed to positively impact and contribute to the Philippines goal of accelerated energy transition and to fulfil Envision’s mission of helping solve the challenges for a sustainable future across the globe.”
Knud Hedeager, president of Alternergy Wind Holdings, said: “Our partnership with Envision, a leader in wind technology, will bring cutting-edge innovation to ensure optimal energy generation of Alternergy’s next wind projects.”