Nordex inks two power acquisition contracts in India

31/05/2017 08:51 Electricity Market

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Nordex has inked electricity purchase agreements with the Indian state of Karnataka for two of the German wind turbine producer's parks, as told by its chief executive to shareholders at the group's annual general meeting on Tuesday.

Jose Luis Blanco declared in a speech that they are slightly more optimistic, after India's recent change to a tender-based model for wind projects had instigated irritation among investors.
Order postponements in India were one of the motives for a significant management cut in February that resulted in the resignation of former Chief Executive Lars Bondo Krogsgaard.  
 

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