Nordex to supply turbines for 23.4-MW Swedish wind farm
2.4-MW Nordex turbines. Source: Nordex SE
German wind turbine maker Nordex SE (ETR:NDX1) has received an order from compatriot BayWa AG (ETR:BYW6) to equip a 23.4-MW wind farm in Sweden.
The particular wind project, named Slageryd, will be installed in the municipality of Vetlanda, southern Sweden. Its owner its Finnish renewable energy developer Taaleri Energia Ltd, which this week announced it has secured all needed funds to build the facility.
Under the deal from BayWa re renewable energy GmbH, the renewables arm of BayWa, Nordex will supply six N131/3900 turbines for the plant and service the machines for 15 years. The service agreement can be extended in the future.
Nordex expects to begin delivering the equipment next summer, while the wind farm will be up and running at the start of 2020. Local infrastructure and related electrical works will be handled by Baywa, which will deliver the project for Taaleri Energia under a under a “fixed-price, date-certain” contract.
Earlier this week, Nordex won a turnkey engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) order for a 474-MW Swedish wind project of E.on SE (ETR:EOAN) and Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners (CSEIP). The delivery of Nordex turbines is also part of the deal.
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