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Vestas secures 200MW wind turbine delivery contract in China

CTBR Staff Writer Published 09 November 2015

Danish turbine maker Vestas has secured a contract from Hanas Group to supply wind turbines for two 200MW wind projects in China.


Under the agreed terms of contract, Vestas will supply 75 units of V110-2.0MW turbines and 25 V100-2.0MW turbines for the Azuoqi 1A and Azuoqi 1B projects respectively.

The combined order for the projects in Inner Mongolia autonomous region is said to be Vestas' largest in the country this year.

The delivery and commissioning of the turbines is scheduled for the second quarter of 2016.

Vestas Asia Pacific and China president Chris Beaufait said: "We are proud to have a close partner like Hanas, which from the formation of their wind energy businesses has focused on the levelised cost of energy and world-class operations and maintenance practices for the turbines' entire lifecycle, and we are pleased to see that more and more developers in China are following suit.

"At Vestas, we will continue to create value for our customers by bringing the latest technologies to the market with competitive lifetime cost of energy, enhanced by our unparalleled experience, know-how and services in operations and maintenance."

The contract includes a two-year Active Output Management 4000 service agreement and SCADA VestasOnline Business for data-driven monitoring and preventive maintenance.

Clean energy solutions provider Hanas already employs 600MW of Vestas' turbines since 2011.

Vestas' order intake increases to 6,811MW this year.

Image: The combined turbine delivery order is said to be Vestas' largest in China this year. Photo: courtesy of satit_srihin / FreeDigitalPhotos.net.