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Vestas to supply 68 MW of wind turbines in Poland

Vestas Wind Systems A/S will supply 68 MW of wind turbines for three wind farms selected in the December 2019 Polish renewables auction.

The company will provide 13 turbines in 2.2-MW power-optimized mode to the 29-MW Ustka project with a 27-year service agreement. For the 24-MW Górzyca project, Vestas will supply 12 turbines with a 2-MW capacity each. The 15-MW Parnowo project will house seven Vestas wind turbines optimized at 2.2-MW capacity each. The Danish turbine manufacturer secured 30-year service contracts for Górzyca and Parnowo projects.

The Ustka wind project is located in Pomorskie and owned by EDF Renewables and developed by Invenergy LLC. The Górzyca project is located in Lubuskie and developed by Starke Wind Polska Sp. z oo, which is owned by EDF Renewables.

Vestas is to begin supplying the turbines during the first quarter of 2021, and the projects are to be commissioned during the third quarter that year, the company said in a March 26 press release.