E.ON shows confidence in Nordex - twice

Nordex wins 55 MW project in Poland

Hamburg, 22 March 2012. The turbine manufacturer Nordex has obtained a follow-up order in Poland for the delivery and installation of turbines for a wind farm for the Polish subsidiary of E.ON Climate & Renewables. Until 2013, the manufacturer will be delivering a total of 22 large N90/2500 turbines for the projects "Wysoka I and II". Installation is to be performed in two phases: the first sub-section with three turbines will be set up in the course of this year, with a further 19 being added in 2013.


The location of the wind farm is 100 kilometres to the south of Szczecin, near to the main Nordex production facility in Rostock. The turbines will later be serviced by a local service point belonging to the Polish subsidiary, which Nordex established in 2008.

The new project is now the third E.ON-wind farm to which Nordex delivers turbines. It is also the largest individual Polish project for Nordex to date. Including the "Wysoka" wind farm, the manufacturer will have delivered turbines with a total capacity of around 200 MW in Poland.

"This is the third time E.ON has decided in favour of our 2.5 MW series, marking a continuation of the successful partnership with Nordex in the Polish market. In view of the strong position our customer holds here, this is a very gratifying success," says Lars Bondo Krogsgaard, CCO Sales at Nordex SE.

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