Vestas receives an order for a new project in France

09/10/2012 12:32 Renewable

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Danish manufacturer of wind turbines Vestas has received an order from Ostwind International for the delivery of 12 units of its V90- 3MW wind turbines for the new Atrebatie project in France. The Le Bois du Haut, Le Vert Galant, and Garimetz wind farms will be composed from 12 wind turbines with a total capacity of 36 MW.

The order includes supply, installation and commissioning of the turbines and has been commissioned by Ostwind International, the French company of the Ostwind Group, one of the main developers of wind projects in many European countries, and is present on the French market by more than 10 years. Construction of the wind project is planned to start by the end of 2012, with the three wind power plants likely to be ready towards the end of 2013. The Danish company will also provide a SCADA solution, as well as a 10 year service and maintenance agreement under the active output management with an option of 15 years extension.

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