Vestas has secured a five-year service-contract extension from Infigen Energy for its four wind farms located in Australia, having a total capacity of 367.6MW.

The Alinta Wind Farm consists of 54 Vestas NM82 wind turbines with a rating of 1.65 MW,

Lake Bonney 1 includes 46 V66 wind turbines at 1.75 MW each; Lake Bonney 2 and Lake Bonney 3 consist of 66 V90-3.0 MW turbines.

Under the agreement, Vestas will provide a full range of services to maximize the energy production of the turbines at three stages of the Lake Bonney Wind Farm and the Alinta Wind Farm.

The contract includes Vestas active output management 5000 service option and scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and replacement of major components and spare parts.

Vestas president Asia Pacific Sean Sutton said, "This service contract renewal shows the strong faith and confidence by Infigen Energy on our latest service and maintenance option."

Infigen Energy managing director Miles George said, "These agreements are competitive with alternative solutions available to Infigen, including in-house maintenance and third-party providers."

The company said the agreements will extend the company’s service of these projects until 31 December 2017.