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Nordex has been awarded another project under a framework agreement with Finnish wealth management company Taaleritehdas. The companies signed the agreement in June 2012 for a total of 111 turbines.

Nordex will now be supplying and installing eight N117/2400 multi-megawatt turbines mounted atop 120-meter-high towers for the Nyby-li wind farm, which is located in the Ii region in northwest Finland. The manufacturer says the Nyby-li wind farm is characterized by mean wind speeds higher than 7 m/sec. and will produce 78 GWh annually.

Earlier this summer, nine N117/2400 turbines for the Honkajoki wind farm - the first project from the framework agreement - went online.



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