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Vestas awarded biggest Greek project

GREECE: Vestas has won the contract to supply turbines to a 90MW wind project in north-west Greece, set to become the country's largest site.

Vestas said it has installed 1.3GW of wind capacity in Greece
Vestas said it has installed 1.3GW of wind capacity in Greece

Vestas will deliver 25 V136-3.45MW turbines to Eltech Anemo's Kassidiaris project in early 2018.

The turbines will be uprated with Vestas' power-mode option, giving each machine a maximum output of 3.6MW. 

Vestas revealed its new 3.45MW low-wind V136 onshore turbine at the Husum Wind 2015 trade fair in Germany.

The main features of Vestas' new low-wind turbine are a benchmark rotor diameter of 136 metres, and hub heights of up to 149 metres with the potential to exceed 160 metres.

Vestas will service the turbines under a 20-year maintenance agreement. The Danish manufacturer said it has installed around 1.3GW of wind turbines in Greece.

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