Vestas Secures Order from ENHOL for New Wind Park in Navarra, Spain

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Vestas, a global leader in wind turbine manufacturing, has announced a substantial order from ENHOL, a prominent renewable energy company. The order, totaling 51 MW, is earmarked for the construction of the Cascante wind park in Navarra, Spain.

Under the terms of the contract, Vestas will supply and install eight V162-6.2 MW wind turbines, operating in 6.4 MW power mode. Additionally, the agreement includes a comprehensive 20-year Active Output Maintenance (AOM) 5000 service package.

Agustin Sanchez Tembleque, Vestas’ Head of Sales for Mediterranean, Africa & Middle East, highlighted the significance of their EnVentus platform gaining momentum in Spain. Agustin Sanchez Tembleque affirmed his belief in the platform’s potential to significantly contribute to Spain’s ongoing energy transition efforts.

Turbine delivery is slated to commence in the fourth quarter of 2024, with commissioning scheduled for the first half of 2025.

Once operational, the Cascante wind park is projected to prevent the emission of approximately 23,000 tonnes of CO2 annually. This emission reduction is equivalent to taking 15,500 European passenger cars off the road each year.

The announcement underscores Vestas’ longstanding commitment to Spain’s renewable energy landscape. Since its pioneering installation of the country’s first turbine in 1991, Vestas has amassed an impressive portfolio, having installed over 5.2 GW of wind energy across more than 140 wind parks in Spain.

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