Vestas has tailored solutions for the three projects with site-specific rotor sizes, ratings and hub heights that will maximize power production and cater for specific local site constraints. The wind projects will feature V110-2.2 MW, V126-3.45 MW and V136-3.45 MW turbines, the reports confirmed
December 18, 2019. By News Bureau
Vestas has announced that it has bagged a 53 MW order from Pacifico Group and Green Bear Cooperation Poland sp.z.o.o. for the wind projects Debowa Laka, Swiecie and 12 W located in Kujawsko voivodship, Poland, as per the sources.
Vestas has tailored solutions for the three projects with site-specific rotor sizes, ratings and hub heights that will maximise power production and cater for specific local site constraints. The wind projects will feature V110-2.2 MW, V126-3.45 MW and V136-3.45 MW turbines, the reports confirmed.
According to Ulf Oesterlin, Managing Director of Pacifico Energy Partners GmbH, “We are pleased to have contracted Vestas for our first portfolio of wind projects in Poland, which have been finalised thanks to the work of Pacifico Group and Optima Wind Group teams. The order is an important step in our strategy to further diversify our growing portfolio in Europe and to significantly decarbonise electricity in Europe. It is the first of many more renewable projects to be co-developed and built by Pacifico and Optima Wind Group teams in the future.”
As per the Nils de Baar, President of Vestas Northern & Central Europe, “With this order we continue to build on our valued cooperation with Pacifico Group and Green Bear Cooperation that is part of Optima Wind Group; We are determined to contribute to the overall growth of renewable energy production in Poland and we look forward to maximise our customer’s return on investment by offering a competitive cost of energy.”
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