The firm receives 225 MW of 2 & 4 megawatt turbines with a service agreement of 25 years. Vestas, a wind turbine manufacturer has recently bagged an order for V110-2.0 MW & V150-4.2 MW turbines, for a wind project in the United States. Apparently, the project includes the formerly purchased 2 & 4 megawatt components. The project has an installed capacity of 242 megawatts, report sources. The mixed platform site configuration exhibits both: Vestas’ proficiency to create tailormade site layouts designed to optimize the wind resources of the site and flexibility of Vestas’ 2 & 4 megawatt technology platforms. For the record, Vestas is a global partner of energy industry on sustainable energy solutions. The firm designs, manufactures, installs & services wind turbines globally, with more than 102 gigawatts of wind turbines in over 80 countries. Through its industry-leading smart data capabilities & an astounding 87 gigawatts of operational wind turbines, the firm uses data to interpret, forecast & exploit wind resources, for delivering best-in-class wind power solutions. Recently, Vestas has also received a 281 MW order through a non-regulated PPA for 3 power plants in Brazil. The contract includes the supply & installation of 67 V150-4.2 megawatt turbines, that will be locally manufactured under the BNDES (Brazilian Development Bank) FINAME II rules at the Vestas’ factory, located in Ceará. The delivery of the wind turbines can be expected by 2021 & commissioning is planned by the end of the same year. As per credible sources, the U.S. wind project order includes supply & commissioning of the turbines along with a 25-year service agreement, devised to ensure optimized performance for the lifetime of the project. By the first quarter of 2020, the turbine delivery will begin with commissioning scheduled by the third quarter of the same year. Details regarding the projects & customers are yet not disclosed. Source credits:!NewsView