Nordex Group, a German wind turbine manufacturer, has received a turbine order from Enefit Green for a 255 MW onshore wind cluster in Estonia. As part of the agreement, Nordex will provide 38 of its N163/6.X wind turbines to the Tootsi, Sopi I, and Sopi II wind farms.
Sopi I, Sopi II, and Tootsi will be built in Nord Pärnu, forming the most powerful wind project cluster in the Baltic states to date. Approximately 700 GWh of clean energy will be produced annually by the projects, which is enough to power nearly 200,000 households. Nordex has also agreed to service and maintain the turbines at the wind cluster for a period of 30 years. The turbines are due to come online at the end of 2024.
In July 2022, Nordex Group won a wind turbine supply contract from a partnership that included Helen, a Finnish energy utility, and the Landsbanken Wind Power Fund. For the 147.5 MW Karahka wind farm, Nordex would deliver and install 25 of its N163/5.X turbines. The Karahka wind facility would be developed in the north of Oulainen, a town in Finland’s North Ostrobothnia region.