Nordex secures orders for 68.4 MW in Finland

The orders entail installation of 12 wind turbines set for grid connection during 2022.

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German wind turbine manufacturer Nordex announces on Wednesday that the company received turbine orders in late March pertaining to two Finnish wind farms of a combined 68.4 MW.

The orders were placed by renewable energy project developer Energiequelle and entail 12 units of the type N163/5.X going to wind farms Takanebacken and Torvenkylä.

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