Developer nominates Vestas as supplier to 300 MW project in Canada

One of the largest onshore wind farms in Canada will be equipped with Vestas turbines. 87 3.45 MW turbines from Vestas have been ordered by the developer, which until now has preferred Siemens.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

Vestas will debut its turbines for project developer Pattern Development on the CAD 1 billion Henvey Inlet wind farm. The developer revealed in a press release that Vestas has been nominated to supply 87 3.45 MW turbines for the project.

Pattern Development has otherwise traditionally been a major Siemens customer.

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