Denmark’s Vestas wins Brazilian wind projects

Danish wind power OEM Vestas has been awarded three wind farm projects in Brazil with a total capacity of 80 MW. The projects include the installation of 40 wind turbines in Olho D'agua, Sao Bento do Norte and Farol, according to evwind.es.
 
The orders were placed by Galvao Energia, a Brazilian company involved in the development, installation and operation of plants that generate electricity from renewable energy sources.
 
As part of the deal, Vestas will also provide the delivery, installation and commissioning of a SCADA system for the wind turbines.
 
The company will also provide maintenance and service for the next ten years through its Active Output Management package AOM 4000, the report said.
 
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