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Nordex receives orders in Germany totalling 150 MW

2016-02-24 07:53:51
DGAP-News: Nordex SE / Key word(s): Incoming Orders

2016-02-24 / 07:53
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Hamburg, 24 February 2016. Already at the beginning of 2016, Nordex has
received eleven orders in Germany for 50 turbines with a total of 150 MW.
These machines will be supplied with rotor diameters of 117 and 131 metres
on hybrid towers, with hub heights of 134 and 140 metres. All orders
include Premium Service contracts for a period of 15 years.

In Hesse, Nordex has secured several municipal utilities as customers. The
company will install nine N117/2400s, totalling 21.6 MW in the
"Schwarzenberg" wind farm for the Biedenkopf municipal utility and the
municipality of Breidenbach. This wind farm has been developed by EAM Natur
GmbH.  Nordex will equip the "Gemünden" wind farm with seven N117/2400s and
16.8 MW for the Verbands-Energie-Werk Gesellschaft für Erneuerbare Energien

The "Alsfeld-Lingelbach" project is also located in Hesse. For this wind
farm, Nordex will be supplying Thüga Erneuerbare Energien GmbH & Co. KG
(THEE) with nine N117/2400 turbines. THEE is a joint venture of 46
municipal utilities and regional power suppliers in the Thüga Group, with
which Nordex has already successfully implemented several wind farms. The
manufacturer will supply a further seven turbines of this type to e-wikom,
a project developer. Installation of these turbines in the "Petkus" wind
farm in Brandenburg is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2016.

15 turbines with a 131-metre rotor diameter are being delivered by Nordex
for two projects to regular customers. For the project developer ABO Wind
AG, ten N131/3300s are to be installed in the 33 MW "Uckley" wind farm in
Brandenburg. Another five N131/3000s with 15 MW will go to a wind farm in
North-Rhine Westphalia for BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH.

About Nordex
As one of the technological leaders in multi-megawatt wind power systems,
Nordex is benefiting from the trend for 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 has installed around 7,000
turbines with an aggregate capacity of over 13,000 MW all over 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 more than 20 countries with more than 3,000
employees worldwide.


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