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Vestas has received a 50 MW order from Ningxia-based Hanas New Energy, a regional natural gas supplier in China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region (NHAR). The order, which includes 25 V90-2.0 MW turbines, will be installed in Yanchi wind park in NHAR.

Vestas says it was the first partner chosen by Hanas New Energy in their first ventures into wind energy in 2010. Since that time, Hanas New Energy has placed orders totaling 250 MW, all using Vestas' 2 MW turbine platform.

The order comprises turbine supply and delivery, towers, VestasOnline Business SCADA, and a standard two-year service agreement. Delivery of the first wind turbine is expected to begin in the third quarter.


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