Nordex books big decline in European orders

With European orders totaling 227 MW since July, the German wind OEM's sales to its most important region fall to less than a third of the preceding quarter's intake.

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It's a week until the year's third quarter ends. Nevertheless, German wind turbine manufacturer Nordex writes in a brief statement Wednesday morning CET that the OEM has taken in 227 MW in combined European orders during this quarter.

The order intake is distributed among four nations, with Germany accounting for 86 MW while 70 MW come from the Netherlands, 42 MW from France and 29 MW from Belgium.

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