Vestas to Provide 55 MW for Japanese Wind Project

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The order includes 13 V117-4.2 wind turbines going to the Reihoku Amakusa Onshore Wind project.

Vestas has confirmed a 55 MW order from RENOVA for the Reihoku Amakusa Onshore Wind project located in Kumamoto prefecture, Japan. The deal entails the supply of 13 units of Vestas' V117-4.2 MW wind turbines to the site. Engineered with a high-tower solution boasting a hub height of 112 meters, these turbines are designed to harness wind resources that offer greater consistency and are found at higher altitudes.

In addition to the turbines, the contract encompasses a 20-year Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement. This provision aims to provide the wind farm's optimal performance throughout its operational lifespan.

“We are delighted to once again partner with RENOVA,” said Purvin Patel, President of Vestas Asia Pacific, “This will be our first collaboration in Japan, building upon the success of our previous three projects in Vietnam."


The project is set to kick off with the delivery of the turbines in the last quarter of 2024. The entire operation, including commissioning, is expected to be wrapped up by 2026.