The Shitang project is located in Fujian province, south-east China. The deal comes with a three-year Active Output Management (AOM) 4000 service contract.
According to Vestas, the project will come online in the third and fourth quarter of 2015.
The Danish manufacturer said Fujian Funeng New Energy has ordered more than 172MW for five different projects.
Yesterday Vestas announced it had won a 74MW deal for its low wind V100-2MW turbine, to go to a project in south-west China.
In October, Vestas said it was looking to "reinvigorate" its performance in the Chinese market through extending its product range in the country and adapting its servicing practices.
To do this, the company said it would introduce its technologically advanced 2MW turbines in China, including the V100 and the V110. Vestas said that the new models will help it capitalise on the shift towards low and medium-wind sites in China.