Vestas signs Norwegian agreement

02/03/2016 00:47 Renewable

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Vestas will supply 52MW for wind farm in north-east Norway, Hamnefjell Vindkraft, a joint venture between Finnmark Kraft and Ardian.

The Danes will provide, install and commission 15 V112 units of 3.45MW beginning in the second quarter of 2017. The deal also includes a 15-year active output management 5000 service accord. According to chief executive officer of Hamnefjell Vindkraft, Lise Mette Heggheim, the company with its associates and Vestas, will construct what will be one of the northernmost wind projects in Europe on a site offering exceptional wind resources.

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