Statkraft to build Chilean wind farms with Nordex units

Statkraft selects well-known turbines for its first wind farms in Chile: the N163 from Nordex, already ordered by the Norwegian utility for project Santa Eugenia in Brazil.

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Norwegian state-owned utility Statkraft has selected wind turbines from Germany's Nordex for its first wind farm in Chile, the company announces on Monday.

The turbines will be used at project Torsa, which will consist of three wind farms with a combined effect of 102 MW and be comprised of 19 turbines to be delivered by Nordex.

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