Nordex receives orders for projects with more than 30 MW in Greece


Terna Energy SA, a Greek renewable energy company, has ordered a total of 10 Nordex wind turbines for two wind parks in Greece. Both sites are located in a strong-wind region near Athens.

For the wind farm Plagia Psiloma, the Nordex Group will deliver three N100/3300 with 3.3 MW capacity each and two 2.5 MW turbines of the series N90/2500, while an additional five N100/3300 turbines have been ordered for the Mougoulios project. Both turbine types have been designed for strong-wind regions. The wind farms, which together are able to supply around 34,000 households with green electricity, are to be set up at the beginning of next year. Construction work for the infrastructure has already started.

Nordex will also be responsible for servicing the turbines for at least five years.

Nordex Group / Tanja Peschel

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