Nordex wind turbine orders fall amid ‘significant’ Q3 price hike

Nordex reported a “significant increase” in the average selling price of its wind turbines in the third quarter of 2022 as the sector battles headwinds from supply chain disruptions and the inflated costs of raw materials and transportation.

by Craig Richard
Nordex CEO José Luis Blanco said the firm's N163/5.X sold especially well in Europe and Latin America (pic credit: Klaas Eissens)
Nordex CEO José Luis Blanco said the firm's N163/5.X sold especially well in Europe and Latin America (pic credit: Klaas Eissens)

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