Vestas is allegedly in talks with Danish developer European Energy and Brazil's Eólica Tecnologia, which together won an 82 MW project in the Wednesday tender, reports Reuters.
However, the supplier does not seem to be in talks with any other developers in the wake of the tender. Of the major winners, Enel – which won 618 MW – is in talks with Nordex for wind turbine orders, while Iberdrola's 281 MW, EDPR's 219 MW and Voltalia's 155 MW will allegedly go to Siemens Gamesa, reports the news bureau.
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