Enercon hits milestone at Markbygden

As the second phase of 250-MW wind project Markbygden comes to a close, Enercon says it's reached a milestone despite delays.

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German wind turbine supplier Enercon has delivered the first of 25 units in the second phase of the 250-MW Swedish wind farm Markbygden.

The developer says the milestone was reached in spite of "delays brought about by subcontractors" and the Covid-19 pandemic.

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