With announced orders totaling roughly 1.5GW in recent days, Vestas has closed the quarter true to custom. Beyond doubling order intake for the period July-September, the OEM closed in on its Q3 performance from last year. Even though the combined volume of 10.473GW is still less than that of both 2019 and 2020 – bearing in mind, of course, that figures for this year also include offshore wind sales following the reacquisition from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
The most noteworthy development, perhaps, is the late comeback in North America. After a slow and indeed meager first half year in its largest single market, in September Vestas announced orders of 1.05GW, thereby pushing the total from this year's first three quarters well past figure from the same period last year: approximately 1.7GW against 1.5GW.
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