MHI Vestas to make first 10 MW wind turbine

According to MHI Vestas, the company's V165 model is "well on its way to becoming the first turbine to reach the magical, double-digit capacity in megawatts."

MHI Vestas, which is joint venture between Vestas and Mitsubishi, expects to become the first wind turbine manufacturer to offer a model with a double-digit capacity in MW, according to the company's annual financial statement for the fiscal year 2017/2018.

In the company's financial statement for the previous fiscal year reported the V164 model had reached capacity at 9.5 M, and the statement added that the model was "well on its way to becoming the first wind turbine to reach that magical, double-digit capacity in MW."

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