Vestas wins 202 MW order in Canada

Vestas' popular 4 MW turbine will set the stage for Alberta's expansion of renewable energy.

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Vestas has won an order to supply turbines at a total capacity of 202 MW to the Whitla Wind project in the Canadian province Alberta. The client, Capital Power, has ordered V136-3.45 MW units for the development. The turbines have been optimized for a capacity rating of 3.6 MW.

Whitla Wind is one of four projects which were selected during the first auction round for renewable energy in Alberta. The auction, which was completed last year, resulted in the lowest power prices seen from wind energy in Canada, Vestas informs.

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