Vestas' 150-diameter rotor wind turbine prototype, the model V150-4.2, entered operation and churned out its first electrons on Jan. 14 at Danish test center Østerild. The 200-meter tall unit was installed in late December last year, Vestas informs on Twitter.
#Vestas has installed the first V150-4.2 MW™ in Østerild, Denmark. The V150-4.2 MW™ produced its first KW of energy on 14th January 2019, and is expected to offer a 21% increase in annual energy production*. More info: https://t.co/chOmjjzeQHpic.twitter.com/dBgtPv5NPd
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