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Nordex hired for wind turbines with over 30 MW

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July 13, 2016

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Terna Energy SA sent an order to Nordex Group for wind farm projects in Greece. The German manufacturer said it will supply eight N100/3300 and two N90/2500 turbines. Both sites are located in a region near Athens with strong winds.

For the Mougoulios project Nordex is to provide five machines from the N100/3300 series. In addition, it will be equipping the Plagia Psiloma wind farm with three N100/3300 and two N90/2500 turbines. The manufacturer will also assume responsibility for servicing the turbines for at least five years.

The wind farms, which together are able to supply around 34,000 households with green electricity, are to be set up at the beginning of next year, the statement said. Construction work for the infrastructure has already started. The group has installed more than 18 GW of wind energy in more than 25 markets. Last year Nordex and Acciona Windpower generated combined revenues of EUR 3.4 billion.

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