Vestas exports Russian blades to Denmark

The wind turbine maker complies with its deal with Moscow by supplying two of Norlys' forthcoming developments near Randers, Denmark, with blades produced in Southwestern Russia.

Photo: Rusnano

In one month, wind turbine blades for the first stage of the Overgaard repowering project near Randers, Denmark, are set to arrive. Indeed, 48 blades are already en route and being delivered from the factory Vestas opened near Ulyanovsk, Southwestern Russia, in late 2018 along with domestic company Rusnano, the latter informs in a statement.

"We are proud that the Ulyanovsk blades can be used in Denmark; the homeland of global wind energy and current world industry leader," says Rusnano Chair Anatoly Chubais.

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