Vestas secures 53 MW order in the United States
Turbine nacelles, blades, and towers will be produced at Vestas’ Colorado factories.
“We are honored to build on our strong relationship with Xcel Energy, and as part of the largest wind project in the state, to help deliver clean, low-cost wind energy to Colorado households with Colorado-manufactured nacelles, blades and towers,” said Chris Brown, President of Vestas’ sales and service division in the United States and Canada.
“Our partnership with Vestas in securing turbines for the proposed Rush Creek Wind Project is an integral part of the overall ‘Our Energy Future’ vision for the state of Colorado,” said David Eves, president, Xcel Energy – Colorado. “We are particularly gratified that Rush Creek, which will be the state’s largest and most cost-effective wind farm, will generate electricity for our customers with turbines built in Colorado.”
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