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Vestas has received an order to supply 18 V112-3.3 MW wind turbines for the 59.4 MW Yeong Yang project in South Korea. The order, placed bv GS Yeongyang Windpower Co. Ltd., part of South Korean business powerhouse GS Group, also includes a 10-year full-scope service agreement. The Yeong Yang project is slated to come online in late 2015.

“This order demonstrates the technical advantages of the V112-3.3 MW turbine and gives strong endorsement of Vestas’ excellent service capability in the Korean wind market,” comments Chris Beaufait,  president of Vestas Asia Pacific & China.

Since 1998, Vestas has installed 104 wind turbines in South Korea, totaling 166 MW. Today, the company operates and maintains the majority of these turbines under long-term service agreements.




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