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Vestas signs three agreements for 3.5 GW of wind in Germany, Korea and Brazil

The wind turbine manufacturing company Vestas has been selected as preferred supplier for 2.2 GW of offshore wind capacity in Germany and South Korea, and signed a conditional agreement for 1.3 GW of wind in Brazil.

Vestas has been appointed as the preferred wind turbine supplier for the up to 1.6 GW Nordseecluster wind project in the German North Sea, which is developed by a joint venture between Germany’s RWE (51%) and Canada’s Northland Power (49%). The project consists of four offshore wind project sites north of the island of Juist. The first phase of the project will see the installation of 660 MW at two wind parks, starting in 2026, with commercial operations expected in 2027. The second phase will add 900 MW of wind capacity, with construction works scheduled to begin in 2028 and commercial operations to start at the beginning of 2029. Subject to reaching a Final Investment Decision (FID), Vestas will provide 104 V236-15.0 MW offshore wind turbines. Once installed, Vestas will service the Nordseecluster under a multi-year Operations and Maintenance service contract.

Vestas has also signed a preferred supplier agreement with Korea South-East Power Company (KOEN) for the 600 MW Wando Geumil offshore wind project in Wando-Gun, South Jeolla Province, South Korea. The company will supply and install 40 units of the V236-15.0 MW turbine and deliver 20 years of operation and maintenance service for the wind park when operational. Delivery of the turbines will be expected to begin in the fourth quarter of 2025, with commercial operation scheduled for the third quarter of 2026.

In addition, Vestas has signed a conditional agreement for two wind power projects in Brazil with a combined capacity of 1.3 GW. The company has not disclosed the name of the developer or other details about the project.

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