September 30, 2013
Vesta has good news gaining their largest order in three years and winning prize in South Africa. Vesta cited “Last Thursday, South African Minister of Energy Mr. Dikobe Ben Martins awarded Vestas the “Leading OEM – Turbines 2013″ prize at the South African Wind Energy Association’s Windaba 2013.”
Now current news of Vestas’ largest turbine order globally since 2010 in next big news released released by Today’s Energy Solutions. The purchase includes the “Los Vientos III and Los Vientos IV — will include 200 V110-2.0MW turbines combined that will be installed in southern Texas. Deliveries for Los Vientos III and IV are scheduled to begin in the first half of next year with commissioning expected in 2015 and 2016.”
Vesta’s Chris Brown, president of Vestas’ sales and service division in the United States and Canada states, “Continuing our partnership with Duke Energy, one of the largest utilities in the United States, is really important to Vestas. We won this deal in a very competitive process and thank Duke for its faith in Vestas to deliver high quality services and products such as our new V110-2.0 MW turbine.”
The wind power data reveals wind growth. The stability in wind is based on lowering costs, efficiencies and technologies that brand the sector as reliable, eco-friendly and more than an intermittent back-up to the grid. Manufacturers are tasked to manufacturer and produce green that make continuous improvements that lower margins for improved market potential to reduce global ensuing pressures.
- Vestas And Duke Team Up For Southern Texas Wind Farms (cleantechnica.com)
- Mitsubishi Heavy, Vestas to Join Forces on Offshore Wind Energy – Bloomberg (bloomberg.com)