Vestas tapped as preferred supplier to 600MW South Korean project

A deal has been struck with Korea South-East Power Company for the offshore wind farm Wando Geumil in the South Jeolla province.
Photo: vestas
Photo: vestas

Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has been selected as preferred supplier of turbines to a 600MW offshore wind farm in South Korea.

The deal is brokered with Korea South-East Power Company for the Wando Geumil offshore wind project in the South Jeolla province.

”If the project materializes, Vestas will supply and install 40 units of the V236-15.0MW turbine. Vestas will also deliver 20 years of operation and maintenance service for the wind farm when operational,” writes Vestas in a statement.

Delivery of the turbines is scheduled for the beginning of the fourth quarter of 2025, while commercial operation is slated for third quarter of 2026.

In the last couple of days, Vestas has announced landing some significant contracts.

On Tuesday, turbine maker boasted a conditional 1.6GW contract in Brazil on two onshore wind projects and that it was named as preferred supplier for a German 1.6GW offshore project.

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