Vestas announces tiny order in South Korea

Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas will supply seven turbines for an expansion project in South Korea.

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For wind turbine producer Vestas, no order is too small to declare this Christmas season. As usual, activity is bustling in December, and one of the latest announcements is a small order of 24 MW for a South Korean project.

Seven of the Danish manufacturer's V112-3.45 MW turbines will be installed in the farm Yeong Yang 2, which as the name would suggest, is located in the Yeong Yang region and serves as an expansion farm for Yeong Yang 1, where the total 59.4 MW became operational last year.

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