Vestas does about as well selling wind turbines to Greece as an ice cream vendor would fare in the Sahara. Since the first turbine was set up in 1986, the Danish company has installed more than 50 percent of the country's total wind capacity corresponding to around 1.4 GW.
A further 106 MW were added to the company's order books on Wednesday. This order was secured in Greece's first solar and wind tender, in which 1717 MW of the total 277 allocated megawatts went to wind projects. Vestas has secured at least 60 percent of that capacity.
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