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Nordex has received a 66 MW order from Eneco for 20 of its N100/3300 Generation Delta wind turbines. Under the contract, Nordex will deliver the turbines to the Moy project, located in Scotland, in 2015.

The turbine maker says its N100/3300 model is designed for IEC1a conditions, and the wind farm is slated for completion in late summer 2016. In addition, Nordex has entered into a 15-year service contract with Eneco.




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