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Nordex wins Finnish order nearing 200 MW

The German wind OEM adds yet another Finnish order to its portfolio.

Photo: Nordex/K.foto/Michael Kottmeier

The German wind turbine manufacturer has secured another order from Finland, this time totaling to 199.5 MW and stemming from an undisclosed customer, the OEM informs in a statement Tuesday morning.

The contract covers four projects of the same customer as well as a 30-year service agreement.

Nordex will supply its N163/5.X model optimized to 5.7 MW.

The turbines will be delivered and installed in the spring and summer of 2022, with the facility set to enter operation in the fall of the same year.

English Edit: Daniel Frank Christensen

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