Vestas beat Siemens in Dutch tender

The Danish wind turbine manufacturer could be headed back into action on the Dutch market where politicians aim to have installed around 2.75 GW onshore wind by 2020.
Photo: Vestas
Photo: Vestas

Thursday afternoon, Vestas announced that the company had secured an order in the Netherlands of 22 MW. The order is for six V112-3.45 turbine and they will be delivered with optimized capacity of 3.6 MW. The small order size may not seem worthy of an announcement, given that Vestas usually only announces orders for more than 300 MW.

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