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Turkish firm orders 20 wind turbines
Vestas Italia has received an order for 20 V90-3.0 MW wind turbines for a project in the Catalca region near Istanbul. The order comprises supply, installation and commissioning of the wind turbines, including a service contract for two years. Delivery is scheduled to begin during the summer of 2007, and the project will be completed during the first half of 2008. The order has been placed by Ertürk Elektrik Üretim Ltd. Sti., a Turkish company owned by the Sanko Group, which is one of the most important industrial players in Turkey. Last year, Sanko Group started to invest in the wind energy sector and Vestas was chosen as the preferred supplier of wind turbines.
Vestas Italia general manager Rainer Karan, said: “This is the second contract that we have received from Sanko. … We look forward to working together with the Sanko Group in developing the wind energy sector in Turkey.

Due to the fast economic growth that has characterized Turkey in recent years, energy consumption has risen at an annual rate of 7-8 percent, according to Eurostat 2005 statistics. At present, thermal power plants mostly generate power production in Turkey and the country is strongly dependent on gas imports.

In order to face this growing demand for energy, there is a need to rearrange the energy mix and to include new energy sources, such as wind. Many Turkish companies, like Sanko are focusing more on the wind energy sector.

Turkey has Europe's second largest wind potential and may develop this into a very significant market. The wind power plant has an estimated annual production of 211,000 MWh, which corresponds to an annual emission saving of more than 115,200 tons of CO2 compared with average EU electricity, according to Vestas officials.


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Vestas: Receives another large order from Turkey
COPENHAGEN (Direkt) Vestas has received another large order from Turkey, this time it is a windmill delivery of 30 windmills of the type V90-3,0MW. The recipient of the order is Baki Elektrik Üretim Ltd., a division of Aksa Enerji, and the order includes delivery and installation, and a two-year maintenance commitment.
Delivery will commence in the summer of 2007, and the windmills will be up and running in the spring of 2008.

- Turkey is a fast growing energy market, and a strong dependency on external energy sources (70 per cent) is forcing Turkey to focus on new energy sources such as wind, says Ebbe Funk, President of Vestas Mediterranean A/S in an announcement to the stock exchange.

-At the same time Turkey has a huge unexploited wind potential and we believe that wind energy could play a significant role in differentiating the energy mix and meeting the growing electricity demand in Turkey. This contract represents the largest wind power project in Turkey, and it clearly demonstrates Vestas' undeniable commitment to this market, says Ebbe Funk.

© 2007 Nyhedsbureauet Direkt

tlf: 33411160, e-mail: redaktionen@direkt-dk.dk


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Vestas van Houden naar Kopen
Vestas Wind Systems (+1% op DKK 294,50 => Kopen), de grootste fabrikant van windturbines ter wereld, publiceerde haar definitieve resultaten over 2006. Het bedrijfsresultaat is uitgekomen op EUR 201 miljoen. In 2005 werd nog een verlies geboekt van EUR 192 miljoen. De omzet steeg met 7,5% tot EUR 1,4 miljard. Vestas verkocht vorig jaar windturbines met een totale capaciteit van 4.239 MW, een stijging met 33%. Het wereldmarktaandeel bleef stabiel op 28%. De productie van windturbines werd beperkt door een gebrek aan onderdelen. Dit is niet alleen een probleem voor Vestas, de hele sector wordt erdoor geplaagd. De vraag naar windmolens blijft explosief groeien als gevolg van de toenemende aandacht voor CO2-uitstoot. Ondanks het tekort aan onderdelen, verwacht Vestas dat de omzet in 2007 met ongeveer 17% zal groeien. De winstmarge moet stijgen van de huidige 5,2% tot 7 à 9%. Voor volgend jaar ligt de margedoelstelling nog hoger. Met een koers/winst verhouding 2008 van 19 lijkt het aandeel Vestas aan de dure kant. Vanwege de sterke ontwikkeling van de vraag en de goede winstvooruitzichten, denken wij echter dat de koers nog verder kan stijgen. Wij verhogen daarom onze opinie voor Vestas van Houden naar Kopen bij een koersdoel van DKK 325.

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Vestas Wind Systems announces new, $60 million plant in Colorado
WINDSOR, Colo. (AP) - Vestas Wind Systems plans to build its first U.S.-based blade factory in Windsor, employing about 400 people here, the Danish company officially said Tuesday. Total investment in production equipment, land and buildings will be about $60 million, the wind power technology supplier said.
Construction on the 200,000-square-foot plant was scheduled to begin this spring, and production was expected to start early next year.

The plant would be able to make about 1,200 blades per year.

Gov. Bill Ritter has said he wants to establish Colorado as a national leader in renewable energy.

The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, Upstate Colorado Economic Development, the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation and the town of Windsor all encouraged Vestas to put its plant in Colorado.

The company cited the town's access to rail services and a skilled work force as reasons for choosing Windsor.

Vestas has installed more than 31,500 wind turbines in more than 60 countries and employs about 12,000 people worldwide.


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Allco launches European wind energy business; Vestas to supply generators
COPENHAGEN (AFX) - Allco Finance Group's wind power division is to buy a total of 112 MW of wind energy in Germany and France, with Vestas Wind Systems delivering some of the wind turbine generators. Allco said the German project will be developed in partnership with German groups WPD AG and JUWI GmbH, with Vestas and Siemens delivering the generators.
The French project will be developed in partnership with JUWI, with Vestas and Enercon supplying the generators.

The projects will be completed in 2007 and 2008, Allco said.

"Allco is delighted with these transactions, which kick off Allco's wind energy business in Europe, the largest wind energy market in the world," Christofer Mansfield, head of Allco Wind Energy Europe, said.

"We expect these to be the first of a strong pipeline of transactions in the EU," he added.

Allco said Vestas will also supply 8 V90-3MW model wind turbine generators to its Alite Wind Farm in Tehachapi, US.

gustav.sandstrom@thomson.com gs/slj

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Vestas not to interfere in REpower bidding war-CEO
COPENHAGEN, March 20 (Reuters) - Vestas , the world's biggest wind-turbine maker, has no plans to join the bidding war for German rival REpower , the company's CEO told Reuters. "We have no plans to interfere," Vestas Chief Executive Ditlev Engel said when asked whether Vestas had any plans to get involved in the bidding war. India's Suzlon Energy Ltd. and French nuclear-reactor maker Areva are both bidding for the German turbine maker REpower.
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EDF starts third Italian wind farm
EDF Energies Nouvelles’ wind farm in the Puglia, southern Italy, has started production, the group announced on Monday. With a capacity of 72 MW, the Sant’Agata wind farm represents a total investment of EUR 98 million. It also includes 36 Vestas V80 windmills with a capacity of 2 MW each.
EDF Energies Nouvelles, which owns 50% of Sant’Agata, said the power plant was developed and built together with FRI-El Green Power, which holds the remaining 50%.

Sant’Agata is the third wind park to be built and commissioned under the same partnership. The first one in Sardinia (Nurri) has a capacity of 22 MW and was commissioned in 2004, while the second in Campania (Andretta) came online in 2005 and has a capacity of 70 MW.

A spokeswoman for the French company said a fourth wind farm is currently being built in Puglia with 40 MW capacity and scheduled to start in the first quarter of 2008. FS


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Dit zei ik n tijdje geleden, ben ik helderziend?
hihi:P

quote:

zzzaai schreef:


Denk eerder dat de Abnamro down gaat dan Vestas wahah

Nadat we zagen dat toen de olie minder ging kosten de intresse in duurzame renewabls NIET naar beneden ging, denk ik dat er voor deze branche geen andere weg is als up up up:P
mvg



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Vestas wins U.S. 145 megawatt turbine order
COPENHAGEN, March 29 (Reuters) - Denmark's Vestas , the world's biggest maker of wind turbines, said on Thursday it had won an order for 145 megawatts of power in the United States for delivery in 2007. The order, for 88 of Vestas' 1.65 megawatt turbines, was palced by Wisconsin Electric Power Co. and Wisconsin Gas LLC for the Blue Sky Green Field project in Wisconsin.
Vestas did not divulge the value of the order.


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Vestas: Aloys Wobben Patent Lawsuit Expanded To Netherlands
Edited Press Release STOCKHOLM (Dow Jones)--Denmark's Vestas Wind Systems A/S (VWS.KO) Monday said the previously announced Aloys Wobben patent case has been expanded to the Netherlands.
Vestas on Apr. 5 2006, informed that Aloys Wobben had initiated court proceedings in England and Scotland regarding patents related to the connection to the grid.

The company said Aloys Wobben has now also initiated court proceedings regarding some of these patents in the Netherlands.

The management of Vestas Wind Systems' assessment of the case remains the same.

For the time being there is no basis for providing further comments on the matter, the company said. [ 02-04-07 0706GMT ]
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Vestas wins U.S. 70 MW turbine order
COPENHAGEN, April 4 (Reuters) - Denmark's Vestas , the world's biggest maker of wind turbines, said on Wednesday it had won an order for turbines to produce 70 megawatts of power in the United States, for delivery in 2008. The order was for 39 of its V80 1.8 megawatt wind turbines and was placed by PacifiCorp.
Vestas did not give the value of the order.


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Hi,

ik heb een vraagie; wie is eigenlijk de issuer van de Vestas Wind TL?ik zie het in binck staan maar zie niet van wie het is, volgens de site:

www.behr.nl/Beurs/H/tb.700766.html

... is het abn amro.... maar op de site van abn amro en abn amro markets (zowel de NL of duitse versie) zie ik niets van terug??? Dus wie weet er meer over? maar op binck zie ik het volgende staan; Vestas Wind Systems Turbo Long 148,50 (AEX) .... dus wel in a'dam genoteerd. Wie erachter zit? you tell me....


Maar hoe denken jullie over Vestas voor de aankomende maanden? Zitten we te hoog in de waarderingen? Gaan we eerst een kleine correctie maken of gaan we verder omhoog stomen?

alvast bedankt,

MB
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Windenergie is naar mijn mening alleen maar booming. Koersverloop is onafhankelijk van de DowJones grillen. errug prettig. Wereldnieuws wordt beheerst door klimaat verhalen. Olieprijs loop op, gunstig voor alternatieve energie. Vestas bedient een wereld markt. Vestas maakt inmiddels deel uit van mijn portefeuille en de rendementen zijn prettig.

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Danish Vestas Wins 100 MW Wind Turbine Orders in China
Danish wind turbine maker Vestas Wind Systems A/S said on April 10, 2007 it has won two orders each consisting of 25 units of V80-2.0 MW turbines for a wind power project in Chifeng in Inner Mongolia, China. No financial details were available.
The orders were placed by Chinese state owned utility Datang Chifeng Saihanba Wind Power Co., Ltd, a long-term customer of Vestas.

The contracts comprise supply of complete turbines including towers as well as commissioning, the VestasOnline SCADA system and a two-year maintenance and service agreement. Deliveries will begin in the second half of 2007. The turbines will be manufactured at Vestas facility in Tianjin, China.

The orders from Datang do not change Vestas 2007 expectations for revenue of some 4.5 bln euro ($6.038 bln), an EBIT margin of 7.0-9.0 pct and a net working capital of about 20 pct of the revenue.

www.vestas.dk

Source: Vestas Wind Systems (DP/MB/DP)


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Vestas Wind wins orders for 50 V80-2.0 MW turbines from Datang unit in China
COPENHAGEN (Thomson Financial) - Vestas Wind Systems said it has received two orders each consisting of 25 V80-2.0 MW wind turbines from Chinese state-owned group Datang Chifeng Saihanba Wind Power Co, Ltd. for a 100-MW wind-power project in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia. The order includes supply of complete turbines as well as a two-year maintenance and service agreement, Vestas said, adding that delivery will begin in the second half of 2007.
The order does not affect Vestas' expectations for 2007, the group added.

gustav.sandstrom@thomson.com gs/ic

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TOKYO, April 10 (Reuters) - Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (7011.T: Quote, NEWS , Research) said on Tuesday it may make acquisitions or forge alliances to help it make a full-fledged push into the fast-growing European wind power market.

Mitsubishi Heavy, Japan's biggest heavy machinery maker, has a strong presence in the United States, but its wind power operations in Europe are limited to a smaller number of countries such as Portugal.

Mitsubishi Heavy lags behind local rivals in the region including Demark's Vestas (VWS.CO: Quote, Profile , Research), the world's top wind turbine maker, Germany's Siemens (SIEGn.DE: Quote, Profile , Research) and Enercon and Spain's Gamesa.

"We are considering M&As, joint ventures and license agreements as possible ways to ease our entry to the European market," Eitaro Takayama, general manager of Mitsubishi Heavy's wind power system business unit, told a news conference.

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"We are in talks with some (European) companies about various possibilities, but haven't decided on anything."

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World: Wind turbines too costly, price drop on its way
Børsen, 10 Apr 2007,:- Wind turbines have become too expensive as a result of the present high demand according to Steen Stavnsbo, MD of Allco Wind Energy. Stavnsbo claims that the wind turbine producers' profits are too high in relation to the risk and that the high prices have become a problem for the wind power companies. Stavnsbo expects the prices to drop or stagnate in two to five years when the production capacity has been raised.
Allco Wind Energy buys many wind turbines from Danish Vestas that has relatively high prices, but Stavnsbo is pleased with the cooperation because of other aspects such as project completion and operation. The merger of NEG Micon and Vestas is however something that has contributed to the high prices as NEG Micon was Vestas's only real competitor on a global scale according to Stavnsbo. GE, Enercon, Gamesa and Siemens Wind Power are still more or less regional companies whereas Suzlon still is new.


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Vestas: Wins a number of patent disputes in Germany
COPENHAGEN (Direkt) Vestas has won a number of patent disputes against Aloys Wobben/Enercon in Germany. In a case regarding lightning protection Vestas has prevailed in two instances, and the case is now in the Federal Supreme Court.
In another case on oscillation, Vestas has prevailed in all three instances.

In a third case in the area of grid connection, Vestas has prevailed in the Federal Patent Court. The case is now at the next instance.

Aloys Wobben and Enercon have initiated similar cases in England, Scotland, Holland and Belgium. There are no court decisions so far in these cases.

© 2007 Nyhedsbureauet Direkt

tlf: 33411160, e-mail: redaktionen@direkt-dk.dk


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Danish Vestas Ranks Third in U.S. Wind Energy Ranking
Danish wind turbine maker Vestas Wind Systems A/S ranked third for installed capacity in the USA for 2006, according to the annual ranking of wind energy development compiled by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). Vestas was outrun by U.S. General Electric (GE) Energy and German Siemens. The company ranked second in the same survey in 2005.
At the same time, Vestas delivered the largest wind turbine in the USA with a capacity of 3.0 MW. The wind turbine is operated by the Sacramento Municipal Utility District in California.

According to AWEA, the U.S. wind energy industry installed over 2,400 MW of new power generation in 2006, which represented an investment of about $4.0 bln (3.0 bln euro). The total installed wind power capacity in the USA is now over 11,600 MW.

(Note: The abstract is based on information published by AWEA and Danish news agency RB-Borsen on April 11 and 12, 2007.)

www.awea.org , www.rb-borsen.dk

Source: The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) , RB Borsen (DP/RL/DP)


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18-4-2007 11:20
AMSTERDAM (Dow Jones)--Energiebedrijf Nuon en oliebedrijf Roday Dutch Shell hebben vandaag officieel het windmolenpark in de zee bij Egmond aan Zee in gebruik genomen.

Het park bestaat uit 36 windmolens met een ontwerpcapaciteit van 108 megawatt. Deze molens leveren een hoeveelheid stroom die overeenkomt met het gemiddelde jaarverbruik van meer dan 100.000 Nederlandse huishoudens.

Met het project is een investering van ruim EUR200 miljoen gemoeid. Het offshore windpark wordt beheerd door NoordzeeWind, een samenwerkingsverband van Nuon en Shell.

Het windpark is gebouwd op initiatief van de Nederlandse overheid. Bouwcombinatie Egmond (BCE), een samenwerking van bouwbedrijf Ballast Nedam en windturbinefabrikant Vestas, is belast met de bouw van het windpark en de dagelijkse bedrijfsvoering.

Jeroen van der Veer, chief executive Shell: 'Aan ons de taak om nu zo snel mogelijk te bewijzen dat windenergie op zee een winstgevende business is, zodat we er verder in kunnen investeren.'

Volgens Maria van der Hoeven, minister van Economische Zaken draagt het windpark bij aan het voorkomen van de uitstoot van 140.000 ton koolstofdioxide per jaar.

Door Stefan Kloet; Dow Jones Nieuwsdienst; +31-20-5890270; stefan.kloet@dowjones.com

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

April 18, 2007 05:19 ET (09:19 GMT)

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