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OX2, a Swedish wind farm developer, has placed an order for eleven N149/5.X turbines from the Nordex Group to supply the “Wysoka”, a Polish wind farm. The premium service covers a period of 30 year for the turbines.
The “Wysoka”, a 63-MW wind farm, will be constructed 125 km to the south-east Koszalin, in the north-west part of Poland. Nordex Group will supply N149/5.X turbines using tubular steel towers and hub heights of 125m.
The installation of the turbines will begin in mid-2023, with commissioning to follow in 2024. OX2 will take over technical and operating management of the windfarm for the Ingka Group.
“Wysoka”, the first order for N149/5.X turbines from Poland, is called “Wysoka”. They are the most powerful wind generators in Poland, with a nominal power of 5.7 MW.
The Group has more than 39 GW wind energy capacity installed in over 40 countries and generated revenues of EUR 5.8 billion in 2021. The company employs a workforce of approximately 8,600. This joint manufacturing capacity comprises factories in Germany and the United States. The product portfolio focuses on onshore turbines of the 4-6X MW class. These are specifically designed to meet the needs of markets in countries with limited land or regions with limited grid capacity.