Vestas inches closer toward record quarter

The turbine manufacturer has received a small EPC contract from France for turbines that are site optimized slightly under their max capacity.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

Vestas has received an order from an old acquaintance. The French developer Eurowatt has placed an EPC order in which the turbine manufacturer is responsible for the entire project at 26 MW, including a 15-year service agreement, Vestas announced Friday evening.

"This EPC contract is our thirteenth project with Eurowatt in France and we will continue to build our strong partnership utilizing our broad range of project management capabilities and our profound operational experience," says President of Vestas Mediterranean, Eduardo Medina, adding:

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