BASF and Vattenfall sign wind turbines contract with Vestas
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BASF and Vattenfall sign wind turbines contract with Vestas

THE WHAT? BASF and Vattenfall have signed supply and service contracts with Vestas for 112 wind turbines. The turbines will be used in the Nordlicht 1 and 2 offshore wind projects owned by Vattenfall and BASF in the German North Sea.

THE DETAILS The turbines will be able to produce electricity for the equivalent of 1.6 million households from 2028 and will be manufactured from low-emission steel, reducing their carbon footprint.

THE WHY? Horatio Evers, Managing Director at BASF Renewable Energy, explains, “Renewable energies play a key role in our efforts to achieve net-zero CO2 emissions as soon as possible. This agreement is another important milestone in the Nordlicht 1 and 2 offshore wind projects and shows our clear commitment to the European wind power supply chain. Sustainability is an integral part of our strategy, and I am delighted that by using low-emission steel, we are also demonstrating that sustainable products are the future.”

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