Nordex bags order for more than 180 MW in Spain

With this project installed, Nordex will have a total portfolio exceeding 720 MW in Spain.

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German wind turbine manufacturer Nordex has secured an order for 182.4 MW in Spain as part of the country's national energy and climate plan, the company writes in a statement issued Tuesday.

The order entails 38 N155/4.8 turbines of the manufacturer's Delta4000 series, to be established at a wind farm in the center of the country.

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