Nordex To Supply 31.5 MW Turbines For Wpd's German Wind Farm

Wind turbine maker Nordex AG (NRDXF.PK) said on Tuesday that it has bagged an order for 31.5 MW wind turbines from its regular customer wpd, a developer and operator wind farms and solar parks.

The financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The German firm will supply seven N149/4.X turbines of the Delta4000 series for the 31.5 MW "Kantow" wind farm, being built in Brandenburg, Germany.

The deal also has a premium service contract for the maintenance of the turbines over 15 years with an extension option for an additional five years.

"The turbines with a rated output of 4.5 MW will be installed on hybrid towers with a hub height of 164 meters in summer 2023," the company said.

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