Vestas to Establish 29 MW Wind Farm in Japan


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Vestas secured a 29MW order from Shimizu Corporation to build Makikawa Masaki wind farm in Ehime prefecture. The project is owned by GF Corporation, JR East Energy Development Co., Ltd. and will include eight V105-3.45 MW turbines operating in 3.6 MW mode.

Vestas will also provide 20 years of Active Output Management 5000 service (AOM 5000), which provides an energy-based availability guarantee that ensures optimal performance and long-term business certainty for customers.

The Makikawa Masaki Wind Farm will receive its turbines in the first quarter 2025. Commissioning is scheduled for the fourth-quarter of 2025.

Vestas designs, manufactures, installs, and services offshore and onshore wind turbines around the world. There are more than 154GW of turbines in 87 countries. Vestas uses data to forecast, predict, and exploit wind resources, and delivers best-in class wind power solutions. Vestas has more than 29,000 employees who work together with customers to bring sustainable energy solutions for a brighter future.

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