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Vestas expands its successful platform with two new turbine models

The selection of wind turbines is now growing at Denmark's Vestas as the company is presenting two new variants.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

Danish turbine manufacturer Vestas is expanding its super seller 2 MW platform with two new types of turbine. This will further reduce the price of producing wind turbine electricity in the farms for which the turbines are particularly compatible.

According to the company, the two new turbine variants of the platform, V116-2.0 MW and V120-2.0 MW, offer an industry-leading leveled cost of energy in farms with medium, low, and ultra-low wind speeds.

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