Nordex receives Turkish order to supply 189 MW turbines

Nordex, a German wind turbine manufacturer, has received an order to supply 189 MW turbines for three wind projects from Rönesans Enerji. A ten-year period service agreement is entailed in the contract. The N163/6.X turbines from Nordex will be used for the projects, which were chosen in the YEKA RES-3 tender. On the behalf  of Rönesans Enerji, Heitkamp Industrial Solutions is the engineering, procurement, and construction contractor. The three projects are Saluşa situated in Malatya province, Eastern Anatolia with a 84 MW capacity, Kayalar in Sivas province with a 49 MW capacity, and Osmanck in Corum province with a 56 MW capacity. Seven turbines will be present in the first wind farm, eight in the second, and twelve in the third. Each turbine will be capable of producing 7 MW of power. The 2017-released Nordex N163/6.X platform has a rotor diameter of 163 metres, a swept area of 20,867 metres, and a hub height of 164 metres. Reportedly, it is said to generate more than 6 MW of power.

In February 2023, Nordex Group received a turbine order from Enefit Green for a 255 MW onshore wind cluster in Estonia. As part of the agreement, Nordex had to provide 38 of its N163/6.X wind turbines to the Tootsi, Sopi I, and Sopi II wind farms.