Dec. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Nordex SE, a German wind turbine- maker, won an order to supply a 52.5-megawatt power project in Norway.
Nordex signed a contract to deliver 21 of its 2.5-megawatt machines to a wind farm built by a company owned by the utilities Ostfold Energi AS, Vardar AS and Fitjar Kraftlag, the Hamburg-based company said today in statement. No terms were given.
Construction of the Midtfjellet farm on the Norwegian island of Stord is to begin next summer, with completion scheduled for 2013, Nordex said.
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