Vestas receives its first 4.2 MW turbine order from Norway

Falck Renewables will debut Vestas' new large turbine in a Norwegian onshore wind project.

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Vestas has received the first order its 4.2 MW turbine, model V136-4.2 MW. The order is for 12 turbines with a total capacity at 50 MW.

The turbines will be installed at the onshore wind farm project Hennøy in the western Norwegian region Svelgen, the company writes in a press statement.

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