The Danish wind turbine producer Vestas has won another considerable order from the US totalling 200 MW.
The deal with an undisclosed customer involves the supply of a hundred V110-2.0 MW turbines and a five-year customised Active Output Management service agreement.
The delivery of the turbines is scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of 2016.
Overall, the deal increases Vestas’s 2016 order intake to 1,806 MW,
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Vestas also revealed smaller deals in China and Spain.
The company notched an order from Datang Renewables for the Gaoqiao wind park in Huludao, China – Vestas’ third-largest market last year – for 48MW (24 x V110-2.0 MW turbines).
“We are very pleased to work with our long-term Chinese customer, Datang Renewables, on this project, and it confirms that our China strategy is indeed on track,” said Chris Beaufait, the president of Vestas Asia Pacific and China.
“The order is a testament to the long-term performance of Vestas’s products as well as our ability to evolve with our customers and continuously offer the best possible solutions while lowering the cost of energy.”
Finally, Vestas sealed a deal for the Ausines wind farm in Burgos, Spain for 27 MW (15 V100-1.8 MW turbines).
Since installing its first turbine in Spain in 1990, Vestas has established 128 wind farms in the country, making up over 4 GW of the nation’s total wind energy capacity of 23 GW.