Nordex Group receives orders for 123 MW from Germany

The Nordex Group, a wind turbine manufacturer based in Germany will be supplying turbines for projects totalling more than 123 MW in Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony, Brandenburg and North-Rhine Westphalia. Installation and commissioning of the turbines is scheduled for 2022

A view of Nordex's N149 wind turbine which is based on the Delta 4000 platform, highly opular in wind farms across Germany. Credit: Nordex website

A view of Nordex’s N149 wind turbine which is based on the Delta 4000 platform, highly opular in wind farms across Germany. Credit: Nordex website

The Nordex Group, a wind turbine manufacturer based in Germany will be supplying turbines for projects totalling more than 123 MW in Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony, Brandenburg and North-Rhine Westphalia. Installation and commissioning of the turbines is scheduled for 2022.

The largest of these projects is to be installed in Brandenburg. For this project, the Nordex Group will be supplying 6 N149 turbines on 125-metre tubular steel towers for a 30.6 MW wind farm.

Karsten Brüggemann, Vice President Region Central & Managing Director of the Nordex Group said: “We are very well positioned for the future energy turnaround in Germany, the needs of the market and a higher level of acceptance. Our latest turbine, for example, the N163/6.X, boasts, among other things, a low noise emission level combined with a very high nominal output.”

Nordex has witnessed an increased demand for their turbines in Germany. In particular their turbines in the Delta4000 series, such as the N149 and N163, account for a steadily increasing share in the tenders.
Nordex has installed more than 35 GW of wind energy capacity in over 40 markets. In 2020, the Group generated revenues of €4.6 billion. The company currently employs a workforce of approximately 8,500 technicians and engineers. The joint manufacturing capacity includes factories in Germany, Spain, Brazil, the United States, India and Mexico.