A 24 MW wind farm has been ordered from Micon by local utility Sønderjyllands Højspændingsværk in southern Jutland. The order is part of the 100 MW agreement the utilities have with the Danish government. The wind farm will initially be made up of 38, 600 kW Micon turbines, although it could be extended by two more turbines if planning permission is forthcoming. The wind farm will be constructed between April and August next year and total production is expected to meet the needs of 12,000 households, according to Micon. The company points out that the project will be an important domestic test bed for its 600 kW model.
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