Nordex receives a 96MW order in Mexico

25 Mar 2021

The Nordex Group has received an order for the delivery of 20 N155/4.X turbines in Mexico. The turbines will be delivered in a project-specific mode of 4.8MW, resulting in a total rated capacity of 96MW for the wind farm. The order also includes a full two-year service of the turbines.

The project name and customer are undisclosed as per customer request.

The wind farm will be built in the north of the country. The location is characterised by good average wind speeds of 8 metres per second.

The Nordex Group will install the 4.8MW turbines on 120-metre-high concrete towers in the course of this year, which the Group produces locally in the country. The company also manufactures the rotor blades locally at its Mexican plant in Matamoros.

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