Vestas lands small German order

With a combination of two turbine models, Vestas has secured a contract on a difficult, German project.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

Denmark's Vestas has won a small, German order for 41 MW. The order includes a total of 12 turbines from the models V126-3.45 MW and V126-3.3 MW.

Delivery and launching of operations are scheduled for the second half of 2017. The order was placed by Energie Baden-Württemberg (EnBW), which will use the turbines for the wind farm Langenburg.

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