Vestas will be supplying up to 46 wind turbines to what will be its first larger project in Senegal. The project will have a total capacity of 159 MW, as sector media renews already reported back in the end of July, and will feature Vestas' model V126 turbine, each with a capacity of 3.45 MW.
The order was placed by Parc Eolien Taiba N'Diaye – a company under majority ownership of Lekela, which has developed 1,300 MW in solar and wind capacity throughout Africa.
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