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Vestas and long-time customer Eolus have signed contracts for four wind projects totaling 59 MW in Sweden. According to Vestas, the turbine maker has now reached a total of more than 400 MW of firm orders with Eolus.

The projects will be located in southern Sweden using a range of Vestas turbines as follows:

- Skalleberg: 14 MW (8 x V100-1.8 MW); 4 MW (2 x V90-2.0 MW)
- Ramsnas: 13 MW (7 x V100-1.8 MW)
- Mungserod: 14 MW (8 x V100-1.8 MW)
- Alered: 13 MW (4 x V112-3.3 MW)

The contracts include delivery, installation and commissioning of the wind power plants. Each project includes a 10-year Active Output Management (AOM) 4000 full availability service contract. The Ramsnas, Mungserod and Alered projects are expected to be installed during the third quarter of 2014; the Skalleberg project, during the fourth quarter of next year..



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