Denmark’s Vestas Wind Systems A/S (CPH:VWS) said Friday that it has picked up an order to supply turbines for the 126-MW Isoneva wind farm project in Finland.
Taaleri Energia, the energy unit of Finnish wealth management group Taaleri Plc (HEL:TAALA), is the co-developer of the project, and as of recently a co-investor through a fund.
The Danish wind turbine manufacturer will supply and install 21 pieces of its V162-60 MW machines from the EnVentus platform. The delivery order is complemented by a a long-term Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement, Vestas said.
The Isoneva site is located in the municipality of Siikajoki, northwestern Finland. Construction works on the wind farm started in April 2021, Taaleri said two months ago when announcing the investment in the Isoneva and Murtotuuli projects in Finland.
Vestas is also supplying hardware for Murtotuuli.
Turbine delivery for Isoneva will take place in the first quarter of 2022. The wind farm will be fully commissioned by the end of 2022, Vestas added.
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