Vestas wins German order for 38 MW

Hamburg - Vestas is pleased to announce receipt of another order for 19 Vestas V90-2.0 MW wind turbines with a hub height of 125 metres from BOREAS Energie GmbH for a project in Germany.


The wind power plant will have a total capacity of 38 MW.


The scope of the order includes supply, installation and commissioning of the wind turbines, a VestasOnline® Business SCADA solution and a long-term service and maintenance agreement. The delivery of the wind turbines is scheduled for 2011.


“Once again, Boreas has chosen Vestas, and we are extremely pleased with the commitment from an experienced developer such as Boreas,” says Hans Jörn Rieks, President of Vestas Central Europe. “Vestas’ goal is to meet our customers’ expectations for productivity and cost of energy, and we look forward to doing just that with Boreas – particularly through our long-term service agreement.”


“Vestas has shown great flexibility and an excellent understanding of our needs on this project,” says Jörg Kuntzsch, Managing Director of BOREAS Energie GmbH. “We appreciate the combination of Vestas’ global expertise and product quality and the understanding of local market requirements. This agreement shows the importance of long-term cooperation in building a solid business relationship, and this only comes from hard work on both sides.”

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