The first 17 megawatts of the 184-megawatt, three-year deal are “firm and unconditional” and will be delivered next year, the Aarhus-based company said today in a statement. It didn’t name the “long-term” Danish customer or give financial terms.
The accord includes “long-term service agreements” that will secure jobs in the country’s wind industry, Klaus Steen Mortensen, president of Vestas Northern Europe, said in the statement.
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