Vestas wins 46-MW contract in South Korea

The Danish turbine maker will supply 11 units to Yeongwol Eco Wind.

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Vestas has secured a contract for 46 MW in South Korea, states the Danish wind turbine manufacturer late Friday morning CET.

The order was placed by Yeongwol Eco Wind and pertains to 11 turbines of the type V136-4.2MW as well as a 20-year AOM 4000 service agreement.

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