Vestas brings wind energy in Ukraine

30/04/2012 00:49 Renewable

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Vestas, the world leader in wind energy, received an order for 30 V112-3.0 MW wind turbines for Ukraine from the DTEK Group.

The wind turbines, with a capacity of 90 MW, represent the first part of the Botievo project, which will have a total capacity of 195 MW once it is achieved. The contract includes supply, installation and commissioning of the wind turbines, as well as VestasOnline Business SCADA system. The value of the orders was not revealed by Vestas. The project should be completed till the fourth quarter of 2012. Danish wind manufacturer, Vestas is delivering clean energy every day, supporting the global struggle against climate change. It has more than 46,000 wind turbines installed all over the world, helping to reduce carbon emissions by approximately 50 million tons of CO2 every year.

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