Argentina gives Vestas a strong start to summer

Argentina's landscapes will be embellished with 62 large Vestas turbines, while the wind turbine manufacturer has also secured an expensive service contract.

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Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has signed yet another contract – and a quite large one at that. The Danish company will deliver a total capacity of 220 MW divided across two projects on the Argentinian market.

The order also includes a ten-year service contract in the most expensive class at Vestas, AOM 5000, according to a press release Tuesday. Argentina's largest producer of wind energy, Genneia, placed the order which is fixed and unconditional, says Vestas.

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