The Nordex Group has won a contract from Hellenic Capital Partners for the construction of two neighbouring windfarms in Greece.

Nordex will install 16 wind turbines of its N117/2400 and N100/2500 series.

The company has also secured a 15-year service deal.

Patxi Landa, chief sales officer of Nordex, said the deal is “a key step for our business in Europe. This will allow us to grow in this wind-intensive market and extend our presence there.”

Both projects are due to be operational by the end of this year.

Nordex has an installed wind capacity of more than 21 GW. Its product range primarily concentrates on onshore turbines in the 1.5-4.5 MW class, which the company says are particularly suitable for land-constrained and grid-constrained markets.

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