Nordex bags 96-MW Mexican deal from unnamed client

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March 25 (Renewables Now) - German wind turbine maker Nordex (ETR:NDX1) today announced an order to deliver 96 MW of turbines for an unspecified project in Mexico.

The deal was awarded by a customer who preferred to remain anonymous, Nordex said in a bourse filing. The contract will see the German manufacturer supply 20 units of its N155/4.X turbines in a project-specific mode of 4.8 MW. A two-year service agreement is also part of the deal.

The equipment will be powering a wind farm that will be located in the north of Mexico, at a site with good average wind conditions. The turbines will be mounted on 120-metre-high (393.7-ft) concrete towers, which Nordex will make locally. The German firm will produce the rotor blades at its plant in the city of Matamoros.

Turbine installation is planned to be carried out during the course of this year, Nordex said.

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