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Nordex has signed delivery and service contracts with two Turkey-based customers for four projects entailing a total of 50 turbines with a combined total capacity of 125 MW.

A total of 38 N100/2500 turbines are to be connected to the grid for Eksim Holding by the fall. Twenty turbines will be built at the Hasanbeyli wind farm in eastern Turkey close to the city of Osmaniye, and Nordex is also installing 18 2.5 MW turbines for Eksim close to Silivri.

In addition, Nordex is supplying Dost Enerji, with which Nordex originally launched its business activities in Turkey, with 12 N90/2500 turbines. One of these will be added to the Yuntdag wind farm, which has since been enlarged to 23 Nordex turbines. Nordex is assembling the other 11 turbines at the Geres wind farm in the direct vicinity of Yuntdag.

“We are delighted that our long-standing customers Dost Enerji and Eksim Holding have again opted for Nordex turbines,” says Lars Bondo Krogsgaard, a member of Nordex’s management board. “This underscores the favorable experience which they have gained with our technology and skills. As well as this, it testifies to two superb partnerships precisely in the Turkish wind power market, which is characterized by strong growth potential and excellent wind conditions.”




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