Vestas accelerated Enventus sales over holidays

On the last day of the year, the turbine maker went on otherwise neglected markets and boosted sales of its biggest turbines with the as yet largest order for the Enventus platform, though the model still doesn't register profoundly in the order book.

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The Covid-19 pandemic may have put a damper on New Year's Eve celebrations. Nonetheless, wind turbine maker Vestas finished 2020 with some decent fireworks on Dec. 31, announcing a total of eight orders with a combined capacity of 846 MW.

Overall, orders fell into two categories: They either indicated a rare visit to old acquaintances – although of course not completely in line with social-distancing guidelines – or they ignited the largest rocket in the OEM's arsenal, the Enventus turbine.

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