Nordex lands Brazilian contract

German Nordex will supply 65 new turbines to a wind project in Brazil.

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German turbine manufacturer Nordex will deliver 65 turbines to a project in Brazil, reports Renews.

The project involves total capacity of 195 MW, which will be delivered to energy company Atlantic Energias Renovaveis. According to the plan, the turbines will be delivered and installed from mid-2017 and the new order strengthens the collaboration entered by the two parties back in 2015, according to the media.

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