There are both big and small packages contained in Vestas' Friday order. The manufacturer is hired to deck the halls with boughs of wind turbines in the form of eight model V110 2-MW units, 32 V150s at 4.3 MW apiece and, last but not least, 15 Enventus turbines of the type V162-6.0 MW, with combined capacities of 234 MW.
Selling the 6-MW units to the US market, where the average onshore turbine has roughly half that effect, is a particularly merry affair for Vestas.
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