A handful of Vestas employees can look forward to a trip to the tropics. Or this is at least true of the company's machinery, as 14 V117-3.45 MW turbines will be delivered and installed by Vestas in the Dominican Republic in Central America.
The order is for a total 48 MW and will be part of wind farm Larimar II. Spanish company Elecnor S.A., which is known for infrastructure and renewables investments, is behind the farm.
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