Engie has its sights set on Vestas. Shortly before Christmas, the wind turbine manufacturer landed its largest Indian order to date, when the French utility placed a 252 MW order. Meanwhile, Reuters reported Wednesday that the Danish manufacturer was negotiating a 361 MW order in Brazil. Tuesday evening, a 96 MW order was announced for a facility in the north-western Mexican state of Tamaulipas, Vestas informed.
Besides delivery and installation, the manufacturer has also secured a 25-year-old service contract on the project, Eólica Tres Mesas IV. Vestas has previously landed orders for the first three project phases – the two first from Spanish multinational Abengoa and the third from Engie – which with the latest addition will now amount to approximately 296 MW:
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