Nordex scores a hat-trick in Spain

The German wind turbine manufacturer has received three orders in Spain worth a total capacity of 95 MW.

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Nordex has secured three new orders for 31 wind turbines with a total capacity at 95 MW, the company reports.

The company writes that two of the three new wind farms will be located near Zaragoza and one near Cuenca. Nordex will begin installing the three wind farms March next year. Nordex has not named a specific client but describes the buyer as an "international energy company with which Nordex has done business over several years and in multiple markets.

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