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COMPLETED TRANSPORTATION & INSTALLATION OF THE PHU LAC WIND FARM - PHASE I
In the afternoon 01:06pm of August 28, 2016, the last 12nd turbine of The Phu Lac wind farm - TBW Phase I of 12 wind turbines with total capacity 24MW has successfully installed, to ensure safety, quality and scheduled progress by HTL's engineers and workers. The power connecting infrastructure for 22/110kV substation will be completed before the National Day of Viet Nam on September 02nd as expected.
In spite of extreme weather (very hot), rugged terrain, non big trees..., HTL's engineers and workers have worked days and nights to complete the first phase as scheduled progress by the Investor.

With the capacities of  means, equipment such as different types of trailers, hydraulic trailers with multi- axles Nooteboom and Goldhofer and especially 600MT Terex Demag SCC2800-1 NT and 150MT Sany SCC1500D crawler cranes just arrived; contribute to guaranteeing the progress of not only the Phu Lac wind farm but also in other coming projects.

The force of engineers, technicians and skilled workers, means of modern construction equipment, HTL are committed to operating and project implementation in accordance with the plan, subject the procedures, rules and standards of construction, safety in construction and power generation.

 

 

OTHER NEWS
THE PHU LAC WIND FARM IN BINH THUAN PROVINCE
600MT TEREX DEMAG SCC2800-1 NT & 150MT SANY SCC1500D CRAWLER CRANES
HTL RECEIVED THE CERTIFICATE ISO 9001: 2008 BY TÜV RHEINLAND (GERMANY)
TO OPERATE TURBINE GENERATOR IN USE IN THE 70TH VIET NAM'S NATIONAL DAY
THE GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY OF TAY NGUYEN WIND POWER PROJECT -PHASE I
THE SIGNING CEREMONY "WIND TURBINE GENERATORS SUPPLY CONTRACT"
FIRST PHOTOS OF THE BAC LIEU WIND FARM - PHASE II
HTL & HBRE IN SIGNING CEREMONY FOR STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
Haulage of Gantry crane for Vietsovpetro
HTL - Winning bidder for 20 wind turbine foundations of The Bac Lieu Wind Farm - Phase II