MHI Vestas to deliver 1,140MW of turbines to Scotland

MHI Vestas Offshore Wind a Danish wind energy equipment manufacturer will deliver wind turbines of total capacity 1,140MW to an offshore wind project in Scotland.

MHI Vestas Offshore Wind is a joint venture between Vestas Wind Systems A/S and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

The firm has signed a conditional offer to supply turbines to the Seegreen offshore project – located off the Angus coastline, the facility could produce enough renewable energy to power 40% of Scottish households.

The project is forecast to become Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm once it is completed.

MHI Vestas to deliver 1,140MW of turbines to Scotland

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