TechDax: Nordex Stocks Are Rising Slowly!  Another 399 MW from Brazil - will this be a quarter with a record number of orders received?  page 1

Nordex collects orders from around the world: 399 megawatts from Brazil today – reached a record quarter?

Nordex Group has received an order for 399 MW from Brazil. The group is supplying 70 N163/5.X turbines for a wind farm in northeastern Brazil in the state of Piauí. The contract also includes servicing the turbines over a period of five years. It is planned to start construction of the systems, which will be delivered in the operating mode of the 5.7 MW project, at the beginning of 2023.

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Nordex Group will manufacture rotary blades and concrete towers of 120 meters high on site, thus creating and securing jobs in the country. Customers in Brazil can purchase the N163 / 5.X turbines with the FINAME credit line as well as other similar financing lines that use the BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development) credit system as a prerequisite for determining local value creation. At the end of last year, Nordex Group received this certification for the N163 / 5.X type turbine from the largest public development bank in Brazil.

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