Nordex usually supplements its financial statements with a little hor d'oeuvre. This is also the case in connection with the company status accounting for this year's third quarter, with the turbine maker announcing orders for a combined capacity of 248 MW.
Two orders have been placed by the well-known customer Boydak Enerji and entail 21 units of the model N149, with an effect of 4.8 for the Ömerli project near Istanbul, as well as 22 type-N117/3675 turbines for the project Sibel between Izmir and Manisa, Aslo, an undisclosed customer has placed an order for 67 4.8MW units. All off these orders include service contracts.
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