MHI Vestas gets 950 MW conditional order

The offshore wind manufacturer has landed a conditional order of 950 MW for a project in the UK.

MHI Vestas has entered a conditional agreement to deliver wind turbines to the Moray East project off the coast of Scotland, says Vestas, which owns 50 percent of the company, in a press release.

The offshore farm will have a capacity of 950 MW, corresponding to 100 units of MHI Vestas' most powerful turbines, the V164-9,5 MW model.

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