Vestas customers victorious in 600 MW Canadian wind tender

Capital Power, Portugal's EDP Renewables and Italy's Enel Green Power have secured contracts for four projects with a total 600 MW capacity.

Photo: EDP Renovaveis

Three major, well-known Vestas customers have emerged triumphantly from a bidding round for wind turbine projects in the Canadian province of Alberta, where contracts have been entered for four projects with a total 600 MW capacity.

According to Alberta's Premier, Rachel Notley, the average price landed at just CAD 3.7 (EUR 2.44) per kilowatt hour, which according to The Canadian Press is the lowest electricity price in Canada. 

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