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Nordex has received three contracts totaling 64.2 MW for the installation of its N117/2400 and N117/3000 wind turbines in Turkey.

The company will supply Erdem Holding seven N117/3000 Generation Delta turbines for the Odemis wind farm, located near Turkey's Aegean coast. The order also includes a five-year service contract.

The remaining contracts feature extensions to existing wind farms, notes Nordex.

Developer Edincik Enerji ordered 11 N117/2400 turbines to expand its 30 MW Edincik wind farm to 56.4 MW. And with the purchase of seven N117/2400 wind turbines, Bursa Temiz Enerji will expand its wind farm to 41.8 MW.


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