Vestas has received an order for ten wind turbines of the type V136-3.6 MW. The customer is project developer Andali Energia and has ordered the units to the wind farm Andali in the southernmost region on the Italian peninsula, Calabria.
This marks the fifth time this year that Vestas announces an order from the Italian market. All five orders were of a relatively small size – the most recent at 36 MW brings this year's order tally up to 223 MW – and all orders came out the country's tender system.
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