Alstom has won two contracts from Dutch renewable energy developer Investment Engineering to provide turbines for the Hartelkanaal wind farm.

Pursuant to the contracts worth around €30m, Alstom will be responsible for the delivery, installation and commissioning of ECO 110 wind turbines at the 24MW plant as well as provide 15-year operation and maintenance service.

Located in the Port of Rotterdam, the project can generate enough electricity to power more than 20,000 households.

Alstom claims that the ECO 110 wind turbines featuring Alstom Pure Torque drive train concept has one of the largest rotors available for class II sites to enhance the energy yield.

Alstom Power country director Maurits Ornstein said the latest contract represents the company’s good partnership with Investment Engineering and is a significant step for the company in the Dutch wind market.

"This further reiterates the leading technology and products that Alstom provides, and we look forward to enhancing and growing our service business," added Ornstein.

Investment Engineering managing director Luc Schurmann said, "We have selected Alstom because of the best price performance ratio during the tender, the low noise emission of the ECO110 and the financially strong Group."