Vestas lands service deal for 557 MW

The turbine manufacturer has secured major, long-term service deals on a large fleet of turbines, including its own as well as turbines produced by competitors.

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Vestas has signed this year's largest service agreement, announces the company.

The Danish turbine manufacturer has been awarded a contract for maintenance on Infigen Energy's six wind farms in Australia with total capacity of 557 MW. The contracts signed are of the large-scale contract type, AOM 5000 (Active Output Management), which take effect from the turn of the year and last from 7 to 15 years.

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