Vestas signs deal with LM Wind in Brazil

The GE-owned manufacturer will henceforth produce rotor blades for the Danish OEM’s V150 unit in the South American market. A mature decision, says Vestas.

Photo: LM Wind Power

Looking forward, rotor blades for Vestas’ big seller in the Brazilian market, the V150, will be made by LM Wind Power. The wind turbine manufacturer has entered a multi-year agreement with GE-owned company, which will supply blades made at its factory in Ipojuca, Brazil, starting from the second half of this year.

Neither the duration nor scope of the contract are specified, however, the deal ”primarily” entails supplying blades for the V150-4.2MW in the Brazilian market ”with the flexibility to export if applicable”.

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