Massive spree by Chinese developers drives orders to new heights but Danish group still top OEM, says Wood Mackenzie.
Fabricantes de turbinas eólicas iniciaram uma guerra de gigantes no mercado brasileiro, buscando vender no país equipamentos maiores, entre 4 e 5,8 megawatts (MW) e até 170 metros de diâmetro.
For the order, Vestas will supply and install 86 of its V150-4.2 MW wind turbines for the Campo Largo Phase 2 wind park to be located at Sento Sé and Umburanas municipalities, State of Bahia.
A desenvolvedora de projetos de energia eólica Casa dos Ventos fechou a compra de 151 megawatts em 36 turbinas eólicas V150-4.2 MW junto à fornecedora dinamarquesa Vestas, informou a fabricante nesta quarta-feira, 19/12.
Offshore turbine capacity will increase by orders of magnitude, finds a new report from MAKE Consulting.
Wind turbine manufacturer & developer MHI Vestas just announced that its flagship V164 9.5 megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine, the world’s most powerful wind turbine, has been awarded a certificate, paving the way for installations to begin late 2019.
Vattenfall deployed the first of two Vestas 8.8-megawatt wind turbines at its European testing center.
Instalação global de novas turbinas eólicas onshore caiu 12% em 2017, em parte devido a uma desaceleração na China, mas deverá reagir com crescimento de 17%, ou 55 GW, em 2018.
DENVER JOURNAL (By Cathy Proctor) | Vestas Wind Systems, the Danish wind turbine manufacturer that employs thousands of Coloradans, notched a record-breaking year in 2017, with more than 10,691 megawatts worth of orders from customers around the world. That beats the 2016 figure of 10,494 megawatts on a global basis, which had been a company […]