MHI Vestas to supply five 9.5 MW wind turbines to floating facility

MHI Vestas informs that five of its machines are headed for the world's largest floating offshore wind farm off the coast of Scotland. The order entails a 10-year service and maintenance contract.

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The Danish-Japanese joint venture has landed an order to supply five 9.5 MW wind turbines to a floating offshore wind farm in Scottish waters, MHI Vestas informs in a statement Monday.

The wind turbines will be delivered to the Kincardine project, located 15 kilometers southeast for Aberdeen Bay. According to MHI Vestas, the units will be installed next spring, and the order includes a 10-year service and maintenance contract.

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