Vestas renews service agreement for four Irish wind farms

A loyal Irish customer has opted to stay with Vestas going forward.

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Vestas has extended service contracts on four Irish wind farms covering a total 104 turbines from the V52-850 series.

The four farms have already been serviced by Vestas for upwards of 14 years and they will continue to be so with a service agreement of the type AOM4000 for the remainder of the turbines' lifetime, which is set for 20 years.

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