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Dutch turbine manufacturer dips its toe into neighboring market

Wind turbine manufacturer Lagerwey has secured a Belgian order for its turbines.

Dutch manufacturer Lagerwey has booked an order for two 99-meter tall 2.5 MW turbines from Belgian project developer Fortech which ordered the two turbines for the Goeiende project south-west of Antwerp, where four turbines will be raised, writes Lagerwey.

The order was made in April and the two turbines will be in operation by the end of the year.

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