Australia and the US join the Vestas order bonanza

On the last day of the second quarter, Vestas has announced a string of orders around the world. The latest are contracts in the US and Australia.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

Vestas looked set to book its weakest second quarter since 2012. But with four new orders announced so far today, the company has suddenly turned the situation upside down.

The first of the latest orders concerns 15 turbines for a familiar company. Tilt Renewables awarded Vestas the contract for the Salt Creek farm, located in Woorndoo, Victoria, for 15 V126-3.45 MW turbines.

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