Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas receives 50 MW order in Poland

Vestas V126-3.3MW, turbines in Vähäkyro, Finland (Courtesy: Vestas)

Vestas, a global manufacturer and installer of wind turbines, has received orders for 50 megawatts from the Project Joint Venture between V-Ridium Power Group and KGAL in Poland.

Vestas will supply and install turbines at the 15 MW Podlasek and 35 MW Wólka Dobryńska projects, both with anticipated commissioning by the end of 2022.

“We’re pleased that Vi-Ridium has entrusted Vestas with delivering their next two projects in Poland, building on our previous collaborations at the Mlawa and Grajewo wind projects,” said Richard Baylis, vice president of sales east and business development at Vestas Northern & Central Europe. “Vestas is now delivering the right configuration of turbines for the Podlasek and Wólka Dobryńska projects, with quick installations in 2022, and long-term service to ensure best-in-class performance for our customer.”

Vestas will supply and install seven V110-2.0 MW turbines in 2.2 MW operating mode at Podlasek and will supply and install ten V126-3.45 MW turbines at Wólka Dobryńska.

Deliveries are expected to begin in Q3 2022.

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