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MHI Vestas nominated as preferred supplier of three turbines for US project

EDF Renewables has tapped MHI Vestas as preferred supplier of three offshore wind turbines for a US project expected to become operational in 2020.

EDF Renewables has nominated MHI Vestas as preferred supplier of three offshore wind turbines to be installed at a New Jersey offshore wind project. The three turbines will have a total capacity rating at 25 MW. The order is placed by EDF Renewables North America, says MHI Vestas in a statement.

The turbines are of the type V164-8.3MW and will be installed at development Nautilus Offshore Wind off the coast of Atlantic City, New Jersey. The project is expected to become operational in 2020.

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