Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has further underlined its appeal to the Chinese markets with a 100MW order win.
The Danish manufacturer said it has not disclosed further details of the buyer on their request but has revealed that the turbines are to be used at a project in the Shandong Province.
Vestas will supply 50 of its 2MW V90 model, and the contract will also see it install and commission the turbines as well as provide its VestasOnline SCADA monitoring system.
Delivery of the equipment has been scheduled for the second and third quarters of this year.
Vestas’ order book has gone from strength-to-strength in 2011, buoyed by the popularity it is seeing from the Asian markets.
It has recently supplied a number to an Inner Mongolian project and in January won a 50MW deal with China-based Hebei Construction Investment New Energy Company.