MHI Vestas' largest project will become a reality

The Blauwwind consortium has taken the final financial decision the develop a project in the Netherlands comprised of 77 wind turbines at 9.5 MW each.

The Blauwwind consortium has taken its final financial decision to develop Borssele 3 and 4. The 731.5 MW farm will now enter its construction phase, while the actual installation process is expected to take place in Q4 of 2019 and be operational in 2021, Brauwwind writes.

The two consortium partners Shell and Eneco signed a 15 year power purchase agreement thus finalizing the financial deal. The partners will each buy half of the approximately 3,000 GWh the wind farm is expected to deliver.

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