EWT and Ecomac have entered into a framework agreement for the supply of up to 80 DIRECTWIND turbines for projects owned and developed by MCWind and have agreed principal terms and conditions with respect to a wider-ranging operational collaboration between the companies.
MCWind is an Italian developer of renewable energy projects with a successful track record of developing medium and small scale solar and wind projects. MCWind is developing a number of projects in southern Italy that will be eligible to be registered under the Italian DM Fer 2019 incentive scheme for onshore wind with a rated capacity of up to 1 MW. Ecomac is an affiliate of MCWind operating in the wind energy industry as general contractor for engineering, procurement and construction, erection and installation works, operational and maintenance services and other ancillary activities to be provided during the construction and operational phase of wind energy projects.
EWT will supply up to 80 turbines over a period of 3 years and will provide O&M services for the turbines for a period of up to 20 years. Construction of the first projects is scheduled to start in the 4th quarter of 2020. All projects will be constructed by Ecomac.
EWT is the world’s leading supplier of wind turbines with a rated capacity of up to 1MW with wind turbines installed in more than 10 countries. EWT’s vision is to be a driving force for a clean energy future by enabling companies and communities across the world to switch to renewable energy to cleanly and cost-effectively satisfy their energy needs. The EWT Group is active globally. Its head office is based in Amersfoort, the Netherlands and it has a blade factory located in Enschede, the Netherlands. The company currently has offices in Italy, India, the United Kingdom, Greece and the United States with local service teams present in all these countries.
Ecomac is a recently formed company combining matching the expertise and strength of Marcantonio Cascini in the wind industry and Ecoprime in the solar and construction industry. Ecomac will be supporting potential customers during the construction and financing of power plants, and it’s the first time that small and medium wind see this type of approach in the Italian Market.