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Nordex to deliver first N100/3300 Delta turbines to Ireland

2016-01-14 11:15:31
DGAP-News: Nordex SE / Key word(s): Incoming Orders

2016-01-14 / 11:15
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Hamburg, 14 January 2016. Nordex has obtained a new order for the
construction of a 35 MW wind farm in Ireland. The company will be
installing a total of 12 turbines to Glencarbry wind farm for its customer
John Laing Investments. The site is located close to the village of
Hollyford in County Tipperary. Nordex will install seven N100/3300s and
five N90/2500s wind turbines to Glencarbry.

With an average wind speed of 8 m/s, it is predicted the turbines will
produce 118 gigawatts of electricity a year. Turbine deliveries are due to
commence in October this year. Following installation, Nordex will service
the turbines for a period of 15 years having signed a Premium Service
Contract with John Laing.

Together with Glencarbry and other projects currently under construction,
Nordex will be increasing its installed capacity in Ireland to more than
700 MW. With its substantial potential for wind energy the Emerald Isle is
an important market for the manufacturer, which is one of the leading
suppliers of wind turbine generators there.

"Glencarby is an important investment for John Laing Group and we're
pleased  that for the first time the turbines for one of our projects are
being supplied and maintained by Nordex.  We're looking forward to seeing
the project fully operational in early 2017 and to the prospect of working
together and delivering further projects with Nordex in the future" Ross
McArthur, Managing Director of Renewable Energy for John Laing.

Nord/LB arranged the Finance for this project. "We are very pleased to have
been able to support our client John Laing Group with structuring the
non-recourse debt package for the Glencarby project as well as providing
the financing for a project using Nordex turbine technology in the Irish
market" Heiko Ludwig, Managing Director of Energy Europe for Nord/LB.

About Nordex
As one of the technological leaders in multi-megawatt wind power systems,
Nordex is benefiting from the trend in favour of large-scale turbines. The
Generation Gamma range comprises the N90/2500, N100/2500 and the N117/2400,
which is one of the most efficient series turbines for non-coastal regions.
To date, over 3,600 of these turbines have been produced. With Generation
Delta, Nordex is now offering the fourth generation of its proven
multi-megawatt platform (N100/3300, N117/3000, N131/3000 as well as the
N131/3000 for the German market). Nordex, which is celebrating its 30th
anniversary this year, has installed more than 6,000 turbines with an
aggregate capacity of over 10,000 MW all around the world. With exports
accounting for around 70 percent of its business, Nordex SE also plays a
key role in international high-growth regions. The Company has offices and
subsidiaries in 22 countries around the world The Group currently has
around 3,000 employees around the world.


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