Vestas Secures 45 MW Order from EDF Renewables for Greek Wind Parks


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EDF Renewables has placed an order with Vestas for the Karamoutzi and Karfoula wind parks in Viotia, Greece, totaling 45 MW. The contract includes the supply and installation of ten V136-4.5 MW wind turbines, plus a service agreement for Active Output Management (AOM 4000). Vestas, a key player in Greece’s wind energy sector, will deliver the turbines in the third quarter of 2024, and commissioning is expected in the fourth quarter of the same year. With over 2.3 GW of installed wind turbines in Greece, Vestas will contribute significantly to the country’s wind energy expansion, currently standing at approximately 4.7 GW.

“We are very proud to collaborate again with EDF Renewables. We pioneered wind energy in Greece together back in 1986. It is exciting to see how 37 years later we continue to contribute to the expansion of wind energy in the country with Vestas´ latest technology,” noted Vestas Greece General Manager, Marios Zangas.

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“We are very happy to work once again with a technology leader like Vestas. This agreement will assist us in increasing our footprint in the Greek energy market, reaching our goals. It also confirms our commitment in Greece,” added Antonis Xenios, CEO of EDF Renewables Hellas.

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