Vestas gets major US order

In one of the wind turbine manufacturer's most humble press releases to date, the manufacturer reports that a 200 MW order has ticked in. This means the manufacturer has rounded the one gigawatt threshold.

Photo: Vestas

Vestas has received an order of 200 MW for a US project. This was revealed by the wind turbine manufacturer just minutes after the announcement of its latest order worth 24 MW in South Korea.

It seems Vestas does not have much more to say about it, issuing one of its most concise press releases in recent history:

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