Vestas, a global leader in sustainable energy solutions, has announced a significant development in the renewable energy sector. Vestas has received a order from Strom 2020 GmbH & Co. KG for the Bosau wind project in Germany. This project is set to contribute to the ongoing energy transition efforts in the region.
The order encompasses seven V150-6.0 MW wind turbines, along with the provision of supply, delivery, and commissioning services for the project. Once the installation is complete, Vestas will ensure the long-term performance and efficiency of the turbines through a 20-year Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement.
Jens Kuck, Senior Vice President Sales Onshore for Northern and Central Europe at Vestas, expressed his gratitude, saying, “The V150-6.0 MW is the ideal choice for a site with stronger wind speeds and can thus make an important contribution to the energy transition in Schleswig-Holstein.”
Malte Carstens, Managing Director of Strom 2020, shared his enthusiasm for the collaboration, stating, “After many years of planning and some ups and downs along the way, we have won Vestas as a contractual partner for our wind farm in the municipality of Bosau.”
This significant order marks a milestone for Vestas, as it pushes their announced order intake for 2023 beyond 10 GW. This achievement reflects Vestas’ continued leadership and innovation in the wind energy industry for the eighth consecutive year since pioneering the sector over 40 years ago.
The Bosau wind power project is located in Schleswig-Holstein, between Lübeck and Kiel. Turbine delivery is expected to commence in the first quarter of 2025, with commissioning scheduled for completion in the third quarter of the same year. This development is set to bolster Germany’s commitment to sustainable energy sources and further its progress in reducing carbon emissions.
With this project, Vestas continues to make a significant contribution to the global transition toward cleaner, more sustainable energy solutions, playing a pivotal role in the ongoing fight against climate change.