Vestas gains order for 111 MW wind farm in Australia  

2009.08.11
Denmark's Vestas Wind Systems, the world's leading manufacturer of wind turbines, has received an order for a 111 MW wind farm in South Australia
Denmark's Vestas Wind Systems, the world's leading manufacturer of wind turbines, has announced that it has received an order for a 111 MW wind farm in South Australia. The order for the Waterloo Wind Farm project has been placed by long-term Vestas customer Roaring 40s Renewable Energy Pty Ltd Wind Farm, and comprises supply and commissioning of 37 V90 3.0 MW wind turbines as well as a 10 year service agreement.
 
“This order is further confirmation of the strong relationship between Roaring 40s and Vestas, where cooperation to develop the right operational philosophy for the site has proven invaluable,” says Jørn Hammer, senior vice president of Vestas Asia Pacific, in a press release. “With our focus on delivering value, including business case certainty for our customer, Roaring 40s has been able to successfully convince leading financial institutions about the long-term viability of the project.”
 
Shipment of the turbines is scheduled for Q4 2009, with delivery and installation due to take place during 2010.
 
Vestas is headquartered in Randers, Jutland, and employs 20,800 people worldwide. The company has installed 38,000 wind turbines in 62 countries on five continents, and has a 20% share of the world market. The company generated revenues in 2008 of EUR 6,035m (USD 7,716m) and for 2009 forecasts revenues of EUR 7,200m (USD 9,206m).

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