Nordex receives big order from Exelon

The 81.6 MW project consists of 34 large turbines of the new type Nordex N117/2400. Exelon is to start the preparatory construction work in May, with the delivery of the turbines from the Nordex factory in the USA to take place in the late summer of 2012.

The “Beebe” wind farm is the first project which Nordex has developed and sold in the USA with a local partner. “Exelon is one of the most important energy suppliers on the US market, and this order is thus an important success for us. Additionally, I’m very pleased that we have been able to convince our customers of the yield advantages of the N117/2400,” says Ralf Sigrist, head of Nordex USA. The new turbine is an extension to the gamma series and was specifically developed to efficiently make use of weaker wind sites.

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