A major Vestas customer in the US gets green light for 1 GW in new wind

Another large order could be on its way to the Danish turbine manufacturer, after Xcel Energy secured approval for a 1.23 GW wind project from authorities in Texas.

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US utility Xcel Energy, a major customer of Danish manufacturer Vestas, has secured a green light from authorities in Texas to install a further 1,230 MW wind capacity in the US.

According to industry media Recharge News, the company nominated Vestas as a supplier of wind turbines with a capacity of at least 1 GW for the projects over the next two years.

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