Vestas confirms 130 MW order in Sweden

Swedish Eoulus Vind recently announced that it issued a 31 turbine order. Now the wind turbine manufacturer Vestas confirms receiving the 130 MW order.
Photo: /ritzau/Carsten Ingemann
Photo: /ritzau/Carsten Ingemann

Vestas has won an order for wind turbines totalling 130 MW for a Swedish project.

The order from Swedish developer Eolus Wind is for 22 V136-4.2 MW turbines and nine V150-4.2 MW turbines, announces Vestas in a press release Tuesday morning.

The contract concerns delivery, installation and operations of the wind turbines and an AOM 500 15-year service contract, which is the most expensive of Vestas' service deals.

Delivery is slated for 2020 and the wind turbines will be installed as part of the Bäckhammar project located between Kristinehamn and Degerfors in Sweden.

English Edit: Lena Rutkowski

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