Wind turbine maker Vestas lowers outlook as supply chain woes continue

Wind giant Vestas has lowered its financial expectations for 2022 as supply chain instability and cost inflation persisted in the third quarter of the year.

by Craig Richard
Vestas raised the average selling price of its wind turbines to €1.07 million/MW in Q3 – including €1.06 million/MW just for onshore turbines
Vestas raised the average selling price of its wind turbines to €1.07 million/MW in Q3 – including €1.06 million/MW just for onshore turbines

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