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Finnish customer buys Vestas flagship

Vestas débuts its latest upgrade to the Enventus platform with a well-known customer, which also procures slightly smaller turbines.

Ilmatar Energy, whose ownership circle includes Better Energy investor Omnes, has opted for Enventus units for a second time. | Photo: Ilmatar Energy

Around the world, some Vestas customers are slightly more adventurous than the majority. For instance, German project developer Notus Energy Plan has on several occasions been the country's first to order new wind turbine types, while the same is true for Ilmatar Energy in Finland.

Last September, the latter company placed the first major order for the Enventus platform, and the Finnish developer is now placing the début order for the turbine's latest upgrade, with Vestas announcing an order for eight units of the V162-6.0MW platform for project Rasakangas in Southeastern Finland.

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