Vestas gets large Enventus order

A community wind energy organization gives Vestas the largest Enventus order in the country with surprisingly big wind turbines for use in a repowering project.

Photo: Sandra Crijns / Windplanblauw

With 207 MW on order, Vestas picks up a sorely needed supply deal for its Enventus platform. Dutch community wind energy group Swifterwint op Land has selected 37 model V1625.6 MW units for its repowering project Windplanblauw, totaling 207 MW – the Danish OEM's first order for the platform coming from the Netherlands.

"The EnVentus V162-5.6 MW is a state-of-the-art turbine that will allow us to produce a maximum yield of sustainable energy, while keeping the impact on the locality to a minimum. We feel this is the perfect fit for us and have full confidence in the future of our locally built wind farm," writes Swifterwint op Land B.V Chief Executive Stephan de Clerck in a press release.

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