Nordex to supply 150MW to Sweden, sees Q1 sales growth

German wind turbine manufacturer Nordex has won an order to supply 150MW of turbines to Sweden’s largest onshore wind project.

Nordex, which also announced sales growth for the first quarter of 2011, will deliver 60 2.5MW turbines to the Blaiken wind farm for Swedish energy group Skellefteå Kraft and Finnish utility Fortum.

The two companies placed a firm order for N100/2500 turbines equipped with Nordex’s new anti-icing system for Blaiken, which is expected to have a final capacity of 250MW.

Nordex claims the development of the anti-icing system was a key factor in winning the order.

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