Nordex AG, a German wind turbines maker, said on Wednesday that it has secured an order from RWE Renewables Iberia to supply nine N149/4.X turbines, for the 43.2-megawatt (MW) Rea Unificado wind farm project in Spain.
The financial terms of the order, which also includes a service contract for a period of two years, were not disclosed.
The wind farm will be built in the northwest of Spain, in the province of Soria, in the municipalities of Trévago, Valdelagua del Cerro, Fuentrestrún y Castilruiz, according to the newspaper El Dia de Soria.
The delivery and installation of the nine Nordex wind turbines on 105-metre tubular steel towers is expected to commence between June and September, with operation starting this year.
The commissioning of the wind turbines with a nominal output of 4.8 MW is scheduled for the end of this year.