UAB Renerga, a renewables developer and subsidiary of fertiliser producer Achema Group, has selected Nordex to supply 40 of turbines for a 264MW wind farm in Lithuania.

The N163/6.X turbines under the Delta4000 series, will be installed at the Pagegiai wind farm, to be located in the western region of the country.

Additionally, the agreement includes a premium service contract for the turbines.

The groundwork for the Pagegiai wind farm is set to commence in June this year.

The delivery and installation of the turbines is planned for the spring of 2025, with the wind farm’s completion anticipated in 2026.

Nordex will mount the turbines on tubular steel towers, with 29 towers standing at 118m and 11 at 113m in height.

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Nordex Group chief sales officer Patxi Landa said: “We are very proud to be working with UAB Renerga for the first time, especially on this 264MW large-scale Pagegiai project. We see the supply contract as the starting point of a powerful cooperation between both groups.”

UAB Renerga, through its subsidiary UAB LT Energija, secured a loan of €100m from Nordic Investment Bank (NIB), for the wind farm’s construction and associated civil and electrical infrastructure.

Once built, the wind farm is expected to generate around 602GWh of clean energy annually.

All of the electricity will be purchased by the parent company Achema to generate green hydrogen for producing green ammonia.

Achema Group board chairman Lidija Lubiene said: “Renerga is the founder of renewable energy in Lithuania. The Pagėgiai project is an important continuation of our strong traditions and commitments to renewables.

“We believe that this project is a very significant step forward both for our renewables group as well as the Lithuania’s renewable energy goals in general.”

Very recently, the German wind turbine-maker secured contract to supply 57 N163/5.X turbines from the Delta4000 series for a project in South Africa.

The client has chosen to remain anonymous. This order pertains to a trio of wind farms, each with a capacity of 112.1MW, located in the Eastern Cape Province.

At the recently concluded WindEurope conference in Bilbao, Spain, RWE had finalised an agreement with the company for the supply of wind turbines with a total capacity of 800MW.

RWE plans to procure 120 turbines from Nordex by mid-2026, which are destined for its  primary European markets.