Vestas expands modular platform with new model

The wind turbine manufacturer is taking a break from the capacity race with its newest machine, smaller than the latest bestseller and aimed for the next phase of the US market – and the model is even offered in a optimized version with a lower effect.

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Wind turbines are consistently becoming larger and larger. That fact has been demonstrated in many instances throughout recent years, for instance, Vestas' early 2019 announcement of its modular Enventus platform, initially presented as a 5.6 MW unit. But the fact that this trend also entails modifications is indeed evident in the Danish company's most recent launch.

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