MHI Vestas appointed as supplier for Horns Rev 3

Thursday, 2 July, 2015 - 10:45

Vattenfall has selected MHI Vestas as preferred supplier for the delivery of V164-8.0 MW turbines for the 400 MW Horns Rev 3 project off the west coast of Denmark.

Jens Tommerup, CEO of MHI Vestas Offshore Wind said: “We are proud to announce that Vattenfall has appointed MHI Vestas Offshore Wind as preferred supplier for the Horns Rev 3 project. We are looking forward to working together on realising our firm belief of cost reduction in the offshore wind industry.” As soon as the project translates into a firm and unconditional order, MHI Vestas Offshore Wind will disclose further details about the deal.

The 400 MW Horns Rev 3 project is located off the west coast of Denmark and will contribute to Denmarks’ and the EUs’ goals’ to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 2020. Vattenfall had won the concession to build and operate Horns Rev 3 through an offered price of 77 ore/kWh (10.3 €-ct/kWh) which was the most competitive bid.

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