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Swedish project secures a 98-MW wind turbine order from Nordex

German wind turbine maker Nordex SE has picked up an order to supply its hardware for a 98-MW project in Sweden, the company said on Wednesday.


Swedish forestry and clean energy group Holmen AB purchased 14 Nordex N163/6.X turbines to install them at its Blisterliden wind site in northern Sweden.


Nordex will supply the cold climate variant of the turbines and install them in the summer of 2025. The machines, featuring an anti-icing system, will be installed on tubular steel towers with a hub height of 169 metres.


The Blisterliden project marks the first cooperation between Holmen and Nordex, the German manufacturer said.


Holmen announced this week it would invest SEK 1.5 billion (USD 141.4m/EUR 130.6m) in Blisterliden, which will be constructed on the group’s land in Skelleftea municipality. The Blisterliden wind farm is expected to start operation by 2026, the group said.



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