Vestas Supplying 40 Megawatts of Turbines for Maine Wind Farm

(Bloomberg) — Vestas Wind Systems A/S, the world’s largest
turbine maker, agreed to supply equipment with 40 megawatts of
capacity to Quantum Utility Generation LLC to build a power
plant in Maine.

The order of 13 3.075-megawatt turbines is Quantum
Utility’s first from Vestas, the Aarhus, Denmark-based
manufacturer said Thursday in a statement on its website. The
sale includes a five-year service agreement for the Passadumkeag
wind farm. Prices weren’t disclosed.

Vestas already has 166 megawatts of turbines in operation
in Maine, and the company received an order last year for a 148-megawatt project that’s expected to go into operation later this
year.

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Will Wade, Robin Saponar

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