Danish power equipment manufacturer Vestas has secured a contract from an undisclosed customer to deliver wind turbines for a 200MW project in the US.
Terms of the contract have not been disclosed.
As part of the deal, the company will supply and commission two 100 V110-2.0 MW turbines at the project.
The company has also entered into a five-year customised active output management service agreement for the project.
Vestas intends to deliver the turbines in the third quarter of this year, which commissioning of the project is expected in the fourth quarter.
Last December, EDF Renewable Energy awarded a wind turbine supply order to Vestas, totalling 201MW.
Financial details and the name of the project have not been disclosed.
Under the deal, Vestas will supply a total of 81 turbines for the US project, of which 51 will be from its V100-2.0 MW models, with the rest being V117-3.3 MW turbines.
In the same month, Vestas acquired US-based independent service provider UpWind Solutions and its subsidiaries, for approximately $60m.
Based in San Diego, UpWind currently provides services totalling 3GW to wind power facilities in nine US states.