Vestas buys into 4 GW project

An Australian hybrid project takes a "giant step forward", providing the wind turbine manufacturer with its hitherto most extensive role as project developer.

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Australian wind Walcha Energy Project is now one step closer to realization. The hybrid project in New South Wales, which will consist of wind, solar and several types of energy storage, has brought Vestas on board as a project developer.

The Danish wind turbine manufacturer has in this connection purchased a majority equity position in Winterbourne Wind Farm from Energy Estate. That 700 MW wind facility is set to enter operation in 2022 and will be the first part of a massive hybrid installation.

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