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Over the past few months, Nordex SE says it has received contracts for the delivery of a total of 31 multi-megawatt turbines for several wind farms in Germany.

Of the 31 units sold, 24 were N117/2400 light wind turbines. Nordex will be installing five of its N117/2400 turbines at the Kirchhain wind farm near Hohenahr for customer Abo Wind. A further seven turbines will be delivered to BOREAS Energie GmbH for the Hochheim I-III wind farms near Gotha.

The latest orders also include three Generation Delta turbines. Nordex is installing an N117/3000 turbine at the Janneby citizen-owned wind farm in Schleswig-Holstein as well as an N100/3300 on towers of different hub heights. The third turbine - an N117/3000 mounted on a 141-meter hybrid tower - has been ordered by local utility Hamburg Energie for the Köhlbrandhöft in the port of Hamburg.





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