Renewable Energy, Wind

Vestas wins 155 MW wind turbine order from Mexico

Vestas won a 155.1 MW wind turbine order for a wind power project in Baja California, Mexico. Under terms of the deal, Vestas will deliver and commission the turbines, install a SCADA system and service the turbines for five years.

The project will use 47 V112-3.3 MW wind turbines, one of Vestas’ newly launched 3 MW types, according to Power Engineering.

Energia Sierra Juarez, a unit of IEnova, placed the order. IEnova is formerly known as Sempra Mexico. Turbine deliveries are scheduled to start in the third quarter 2014, and the project is slated for commissioning in the first quarter 2015.