Energy company unveils huge order for Vestas

With the largest order since February, the Danish turbine manufacturer is one step closer to reaching 3 GW of orders in 2017.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

Vestas has received an order for upwards of 125 wind turbines for a project in the US state of Minnesota. The US-based energy company Tenaska placed the order with the Danish turbine supplier for the farm Nobles 2 with capacity of 250 MW.

The farm is expected to begin operations in December 2019 and, besides supplying turbines, Vestas will also handle service and maintenance for an unnamed period of time, informs Tenaska.

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