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Vestas will supply China's tallest turbines

Vestas will supply China's tallest turbines

07-12-2016 10:00:00


Vestas has received a Chinese order from Titan Wind Energy 80 MW distributed on 40 V110-2,0 MW turbines for a project in Licun Town, Heze City in the Shandong province in eastern China. The order includes a two-year service contract. The turbines will be the tallst in China with their 137 meters.

"Titan has been a tower supplier for Vestas for about 10 years. We are pleased to see that the relationship between us has expanded and upgraded from a buyer-supplier agreement into a closer partnership," said Chris Beaufait, President of Vestas Asia Pacific and China.

The order also includes a two-year Active Output Management (AOM) 4000 service contract where Vestas guarantees a defined level of delivery reliability and performance as well as a SCADA Vestas Online Business System for data-driven monitoring and preventive maintenance.

Delivery of the turbines is expected in the second quarter of 2017, with commissioning scheduled for the second half of the year.

Source: Vestas / Maritime Denmark


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