Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has won an order for three projects awarded in a Polish wind-solar-energy auction, held in December last year.

The three projects have a combined capacity of 68MW and are located in northern and western regions in Poland.

Under the contract, Vestas will supply, install and commission the wind turbines.

Vestas Northern & Central Europe president Nils de Baar said: “This order emphasises our capability to provide wind energy solutions in combination with long-term service agreements that can enable our customers to build winning bids in auctions.”

The company claims that its solutions have been designed to increase power production while meeting local site challenges.

As per the terms of the contract, Vestas will supply 13 V100-2.0MW wind turbines for the 29MW Ustka project.

It has also agreed to provide service to these turbines for a period of 27 years under an active output management (AOM 4000) service agreement.

Vestas has agreed to provide 12 V100-2.0MW for the 24MW Górzyca project and seven V110-2.0MW turbines in 2.2 MW Power Optimised Mode for the 15MW Parnowo project.

The company will also provide maintenance services under the AOM 4000 agreement for a period of 30 years.

Vestas is planning to deliver wind turbines in the first quarter of 2021, while commissioning is planned for the third quarter of next year.

The three wind energy projects will feature a VestasOnline Business SCADA solution.

Earlier this month, Vestas was awarded a wind turbine supply contract from European wind energy operator ERG.