Vestas sells 250 MW wind project


An undisclosed customer acquired a 250 MW wind project from Steelhead Americas, the development arm of Vestas in North America. This agreement is another key step for Vestas to expand its presence in the development of renewable energies and open new markets for wind power across the country.

Steelhead Americas is a wholly owned project development subsidiary of Vestas that aims to enable the future growth of renewable energy assets in North America with more than 3 GW of renewable energy projects underway.

The project, located in the United States, will consist of 59 V150-4.2 MW turbines and one V110-2.0 MW turbine in 2.2 MW operating mode. After acquiring the project in 2019, Steelhead Americas led all development efforts, including obtaining permits, land acquisition, construction design and selecting BOP contractors to deliver a ready project to the client. to be built and installed.

Vestas will supply, transport and commission the turbines, as well as a multi-year Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service contract, designed to ensure optimized performance of the asset. Delivery of the turbine for the order begins in 1Q2022, with commissioning expected by the end of 2022.

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