Nordex takes in Scottish order of 50MW

The contract entails 12 model N133 wind turbines with unit capacities of 4.2MW.

Photo: Nordex/K.foto/Michael Kottmeier

Nordex has received a 50MW order from Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust, the German manufacturer informs in a statement Thursday morning.

The supply deal entails 12 model N133 units with unit capacities of 4.2MW to be supplied to the Cumberhead wind farm in Scotland.

A 25-year service agreement is also included in the order.

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