Lasser Eólica and EDF close the contract for the TAZA Wind Farm


EDF Renouvelables (EDF-EN Maroc) and Lasser Eólica have closed the supply and commissioning agreement for three Carl-C self-supporting towers of 83.5 meters and two Ferroval braced towers of 83.5 meters for measurement Site Calibration and Power Curve.

These supplies include all the necessary measurement equipment, with specific Measurenet, ILAC and ISO 17025 calibrations by Lasser Eólica.

This project is part of the construction of the TAZA wind farm in its first phase, for a total of 87 MW, and expandable in the future to 150MW.

Lasser Eólica, already present in the country through its subsidiary Lasser Wind Africa, will manage this project on a turnkey basis, including all aspects such as financing, logistics, health and safety, installation services and start-up services together with the consultant chosen by EDF.

The manufacturing and execution time is a record in the sector, with just 8 weeks from the date of the official order, in which all the parties involved have committed to the project, thus reaching a new milestone in the sector when it comes to run such a project.


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