Vestas wins order on clipped wind market

The turbine manufacturer emphasizes the local impact of an upcoming wind farm in Mexico, where the new government is talking about decentralizing and democratizing the electricity system after a canceled tender.

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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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