Vestas nabs new major order in Australia

With three Australian orders in just one month, the Danish wind turbine manufacturer is closing in on half a gigawatt on the revived market during the fourth quarter.

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Danish wind turbine producer Vestas has been collecting Australian gems recently. Less than two weeks after Vestas won an order for 180 MW in the large Mt. Emerald project, a new big order has been landed for 240 MW in the project Sapphire Wind Farm, the company writes in a statement.

Shortly before the latest order, Vestas secured an Australian order of 30 MW, meaning that the turbine manufacturer has landed orders for 480 MW in Australia in less than one month. This suggests a revival of a market, which has otherwise been struggling in recent years.

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