Renewable energy firm Nordex has clinched orders for over 197MW from wind and solar park developer UKA. The agreement involves the supply of 32 turbines from Nordex's Delta4000 series, distributed across seven wind energy projects in various regions of Germany.
The commissioned turbines, which include different models such as N133/4800, N149/5.X, N163/5.X, and N163/6.X, will be supported by Nordex's Premium Service for a 20-year term after commissioning.
The order stems from a medium-term framework agreement inked between Nordex and UKA, extending into November 2023. The framework outlines UKA's commitment to placing binding orders for wind turbines with Nordex, covering additional projects in Germany with a cumulative capacity of up to 1000MW currently in the approval process.
Gernot Gauglitz, Managing Partner of UKA, emphasized Nordex's turbine technology for its quality, high availability, and reliable power generation. Gauglitz urged authorities to expedite approval procedures for wind farms to facilitate the industry's progress.
Felipe Villalon Waldburg-Zeil, Director of Sales Region Central at Nordex, expressed satisfaction with the deal, highlighting the company's commitment to providing technological solutions that support the energy transition. Waldburg-Zeil reiterated Nordex's pride in supporting UKA's efforts to drive forward the energy transition in Germany.
The collaboration underscores the industry's readiness for growth, with both companies aiming for stable and predictable expansion as they contribute to advancing the renewable energy landscape in Germany.