Vestas Unveils Wind Turbine Contracts Worth 1316 MW in the US

Vestas has announced the signing of 5 new wind turbine delivery agreements in the US worth a combined capacity of 1316 MW

Vestas Wind 1316 MW US

Vestas has announced the signing of multiple new wind turbine agreements for projects due to be developed in the United States (US). In total, the company has announced 5 deals worth a combined 1316 MW in wind turbine deliveries.

The first order has been received for 359 MW of V120-2.2 MW turbines for a wind project which will include previously purchased V112-3.45 MW components, the project has a total nameplate capacity of 400 MW. The order also includes the supply and commissioning of the turbines as well as a 10-year service agreement, designed to ensure optimised performance for the lifetime of the project.

The second order has been received for 337 MW of V150-4.2 MW turbines and V136-3.45 turbines delivered in 3.7 MW Power Optimised Mode for a wind project. Turbine delivery is planned for the first quarter of 2020 with commissioning scheduled for the third quarter of 2020, for both the projects.

The third and fourth orders have been received for 256 MW of V120-2.2 MW turbines and 230 MW of V136-3.45 MW turbines. The orders also include 10 and 20-year service agreements. Turbine deliveries will begin in the second quarter of 2020 with commissioning scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2020, for both the projects.

The last order has been received for 134 MW of V110-2.0 turbines for a wind project in the US,  including previously purchased 2 MW components, the project has a total nameplate capacity of 150 MW.

The projects and the developers have not been disclosed yet for any of the orders. However, the firm has revealed that with all these orders its order intake in the US has crossed 4.4 GW.

Recently, the company had announced that it has received orders for 185 MW of wind projects in Greece.

Ayush Verma

Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at saurenergy.com and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for iamrenew.com.

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