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Turbine manufacturer Vestas says it will supply turbines to IEnova, formerly Sempra Mexico, for a 155.1 MW wind farm located in Baja California, Mexico.

According to Vestas, the wind project consists of 47 V112-3.3 MW turbines, and delivery will begin in the third quarter of 2014. IEnova expects to complete the project in 2015.

In August 2010, Vestas released the first turbine in its new 3 MW platform, the V112-3.0 MW turbine. Vestas has strategically focused on optimizing the 3 MW platform technology to provide greater performance by expanding the platform to cover low, medium and high wind sites.

The contract for the project comprises the delivery, transportation, installation and commissioning of the turbines; a VestasOnline Business SCADA system; and a 10-year Active Management Output 5000 service agreement.

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