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Project development company Pennant Walters has ordered nine 2.5-MW wind turbines from Nordex, including five N100/2500 and four N90/2500 models, for the Welsh wind farm Mynydd Bwllfa.

Construction on the Mynydd Bwllfa project will commence in October 2014, and the project is expected to go online in 2015. Nordex notes this is the second contract that Pennant Walters, a subsidiary of the Walters Group, has signed with the turbine maker, as Pennant had ordered 52.5 MW in 2011.




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