REpower signs a contract with EDF EN Canada Inc. to supply a total of 75 wind turbines in the Canadian province of Québec.
The resolution of the general meeting of REpower Systems SE of 21 September 2011 on the transfer of the shares of the minority shareholders of REpower Systems SE to AE-Rotor Holding B.V. as main shareholder pursuant is entered in the commercial register of the company.
REpower Australia and Suzlon Energy Australia officially commence combining operations in the Australian market.
REpower expands its production capacity in Bremerhaven, Germany. Starting in 2012/13 financial year, it will be possible to assemble wind turbines with an output of 900 megawatts (MW) every year at the German site.
REpower Italia S.l.r., the Italian subsidiary of REpower Systems SE, achieves the milestone of 500 MW installed wind energy capacity in Italy.
The company is registered with the Hamburg Registry Court as REpower Systems SE, thus as a corporation under European law.
REpower receives an unlimited unit certificate for the offshore turbine 6M and is the only manufacturer at that time to obtain unlimited unit certificates for its complete turbine portfolio in conformance with the German System Service Ordinance (SDLWindV).
REpower and juwi conclude a framework agreement on up to 720 MW.
The AE-Rotor Holding B.V., a subsidiary of Suzlon Energy Ltd and majority shareholder of REpower Systems AG, requests the squeeze out of the minority shareholders.
REpower celebrates its tenth anniversary.
Per Hornung Pedersen, Chief Market Officer of REpower Systems AG leaves the company.
At EWEA Annual Event, REpower Systems AG introduces a turbine of the three-megawatt class with a hub height of 143 meters and hybrid tower. The REpower 3.2M114 is specifically designed for the use at low-wind locations.
REpower receives an unlimited unit certificate for the 3.4M104 turbine and is the only manufacturer at that time to obtain unlimited unit certificates for its complete onshore portfolio in conformance with the German System Service Ordinance (SDLWindV).
REpower and the consortium Saint-Laurent Énergies sign a contract for 300 MW for Canadian wind projects.