Senvion Enters Final Stages of M&A Process

Senvion Enters Final Stages of M&A Process

Senvion, after receiving several advanced offers for various substantial core parts of its business, is now entering final stages of Merger and Acquisition process.

Senvion Final Merger Acquisition

German wind energy major, Senvion has announced that after receiving several advanced offers for various substantial core parts of its business, the company is now entering final stages of the Merger and Acquisition (M&A) process. It will now present the investor concepts to the creditors’ assembly for a vote on September 10, 2019.

“The company has also put in place financial arrangements to secure ongoing business activities over the timeline to conclude on these offers, including wage and salary payments for all business units,” the firm issued in an official release.

Yves Rannou, CEO of Senvion, said that “for the past few months, we have been committed to finding the best possible outcome for the company in this difficult situation. We are now close to having a solution for significant core parts of the business. What is more, is that we can keep the business running until the M&A process is concluded. This is possible thanks to the hard work and dedication of everyone at Senvion. I want to thank our employees for their continued trust and support.”

With regards to the turbine business, no offers for the entire unit have been received despite an intensive and global search for a new investor. There are several continuation projects to be completed which means that jobs will be secured for a substantial part of the turbine business workforce for the next few months, with some going into 2020. While jobs in the turbine business could be secured for August first redundancies are expected to occur during September. These would take effect at the end of the year.

In July, it was announced that the firm had successfully completed the installation of 546 MW of new wind capacity in the first six months of 2019 and achieved 89 percent year on year growth compared to the 289 MW in the corresponding period in 2018. The growth was largely driven by installations in new markets, namely Latin America and Australia.

In June, the company announced that it has successfully completed the installation of three key projects in Chile and Australia.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for