Vestas bags 253MW order in Russia

The wind OEM benefits from a framework agreement with Fortum and Rusnano and is set to deliver turbines to four projects in Russia.

Photo: Vestas Wind Systems

An order pertaining to four wind energy projects for a total 253MW in Russia has landed on Danish wind turbine maker Vestas' desk, the company writes in a press release Monday.

The order was placed by the Wind Energy Development Fund established by Finnish utility Fortum and Russian developer Rusnano. The investment fund is poised to set up projects Novoalekseevskaya, Grazhdanskaya, Ivanovskaya and Pokrovskaya.

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