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Vestas gets 61-MW turbine order for 2 wind projects in Taiwan

Vestas Wind Systems A/S has secured a 61-MW order to supply and install 17 wind turbines at two wpd AG projects in Taiwan.

The order for the Chuangwei and Leadway wind projects — which also includes a 15-year service agreement — is the first deal confirmed under a strategic agreement between the two companies for over 400 MW of onshore wind projects in the country, according to an Oct. 21 news release.

"This deal cements our market leadership in Taiwan and is particularly important to Vestas as the first projects where we will manage the full logistics and turbine installation activities, which are particularly challenging in this market, helping de-risk the project for the benefit of our client," said Tommaso Rovatti Studihrad, sales director at Vestas Asia Pacific.

The wind farms are expected to start commercial operations in the last quarter of 2020.