Warren Buffett picks his next two Vestas projects

MidAmerican Energy, of which business magnate Warren Buffett is chairman, will begin construction in April on two new stages of the GW Wind XI project, to which Vestas is delivering turbines.

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Two new Vestas orders are brewing. US energy company MidAmerican Energy – which is owned by Berkshire Hathaway, a holding company led by US business magnate Warren Buffett – has announced two new areas in the state of Iowa for use in the 2 GW Wind XI project. The new projects will add up to 338 MW.

This is according to a press release from the company.

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