Nordex gets 27MW order from Poland

The German OEM will supply nine wind turbines to a project located 200 kilometers north of Warsaw.

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Nordex has received yet another supply deal from Poland from customer KGAL Investment Management, which has ordered nine model N131/3000 units to be installed at wind farm Rywald, Nordex informs in a press statement.

"We are pleased that KGAL has once again opted for our technology in a project and that our turbines are once again making a further contribution to covering the demand for additional renewable energies in Poland," wites Patxi Landa, chief sales officer of Nordex.

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