Vestas received 202 MW order from E.ON

15/08/2011 12:34 Renewable

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Vestas received an important order for 202 MW from the E.ON Climate&Renewables North America for a project aimed to be developed in the USA during the first half of 2012. Under the signed contract, the company will deliver services and maintain the wind power plant for a five-years period.

The 202 MW wind power will be generated by 112 V100-1.8 MW of wind turbines. Once commissioned in 2012, the plant will deliver power for 60,000 American households. Vestas has already inked an agreement with E.ON on the 180 MW Papalote Creek wind power plant in San Patricio County, Texas, which was commissioned in 2009 and consists of 109 V82-1.65 MW turbines. This order marks Vestas’ sixth North American deal announced in 2011, totaling 976 MW among three turbine types. Vestas started its activity in 1979 and now is a global leader in supplying and providing high-tech wind power systems and wind turbines, services and solutions in North America operating in other 60 countries.

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