Vestas marks first sale in the Ukraine - its 67th market
V112 order for Vindkraft Ukraine
The order consists of supply, installation and commissioning of the V112, along with a VestasOnline® Business SCADA system. A service agreement is under negotiation. The turbine has been installed and is being commissioned, with start-up of full operations expected in December of this year.
"We have partnered up with Vestas because of their leadership in the wind energy business and our belief that they have the necessary technology, experience, reliability and overall strength that it takes to develop a new market like Ukraine," says Vindkraft's Managing Partner, Fredrik Svinhufvud. "We set the goal of being one of the first private wind farm operators in Ukraine in order to demonstrate that this technology has a bright future here. With Vestas as a partner, we were able to do this with full confidence in the business case for our project and hopefully also for our future projects."
"It is a pleasure to announce that we have entered into yet another new market," says Hans Jörn Rieks, President of Vestas Central Europe. "Ukraine has excellent wind resources for development, and Vestas is very satisfied to have found in Vindkraft an excellent customer to be part of the development of Ukraine's wind energy sector."
Vestas Deutschland GmbH
Every single day, Vestas wind turbines deliver clean energy that supports the global fight against climate change. Wind power from Vestas' around 44,500 wind turbines currently reduces carbon emissions by approximately 50 million tons of CO2 every year, while at the same time building energy security and independence. Today, Vestas have installed in 66 countries, providing jobs for approximately 22,000 passionate people at our service and project sites, research facilities, factories and offices all over the world.
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