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Vestas next-generation EnVentus turbines to make German debut

Pair of 5.6MWs for Beesenberg II will wire into under-construction Beesenberg and Lübbenow

Vestas will debut its V150-5.6MW EnVentus wind tubines at Notus Energy Plan’s Beesenberg II project, in Brandenburg, Germany, in the first delivery of the next-generation concept to the European country.

The 11MW order will be wired into the Beesenberg and Lübbenow development, where a batch of V150-4.2MW machines, ordered in 2018, are currently being erected.

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“As a project developer and long-term partner of Vestas, we trust the versatile and highly efficient energy solutions they provide,” stated Notus CEO Heiner Röger.

“The EnVentus platform represents the next generation in the evolution of wind turbines and we are looking forward to developing the first EnVentus wind energy project in Germany.”

Nils de Baar, president of Vestas Northern & Central Europe, added: "By deploying our first V150-5.6MW turbines, we ensure the lowest cost of energy, creating maximum value for our customer's business case.”

The Beesenberg II turbines will mounted on Vestas’ LDST (large diameter steel tower) tower technology to reach a hub-height of 166m to capture “stronger and more consistent wind speeds, which will increase the annual energy production and lower the levelised cost of energy”, said de Barr.

The order covers supply, installation, and commissioning of the turbines as well as a 25-year active output management service agreement and a VestasOnline Business SCADA solution.

Turbine delivery and commissioning is planned for the fourth quarter of 2020.

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