Nordex has recently finalized agreements for three wind projects in Scotland, collectively amounting to 150MW in capacity. The contracts involve the supply of a total of 25 turbines for undisclosed wind farms, all scheduled for construction in the northern regions of Scotland in the year 2026.
For one of the sites, Nordex will deliver and install seven N149/5.X turbines. Another wind farm, with a capacity of 50MW, will feature seven units of the same N149/5.X model, accompanied by two N133/4.8 units.
The third and final project will incorporate 11 N149/5.X turbines. In line with industry standards, Nordex plans to install the turbines on tubular steel towers, with hub heights ranging from 83 meters to 125 meters.
This development underscores Nordex's ongoing commitment to expanding its presence in the Scottish wind energy sector. The projects are poised to contribute significantly to the region's renewable energy goals, with construction set to commence in 2026.
Nordex's choice of turbine models for these projects reflects the company's strategic approach to leveraging diverse technologies for optimal energy output. The installation of turbines at varying hub heights further showcases a tailored approach to each project's specific environmental and geographical considerations.
As Nordex prepares to embark on these ventures, the company remains focused on delivering reliable and efficient wind energy solutions, aligning with the broader goals of the renewable energy sector in Scotland.