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Vestas Wins Enventus Repowering Order In Germany
Vestas Gets 430 MW Multibrand Service Agreement In Brazil
Vestas Secures 81 MW Order With Pampa Energía In Argentina
Vestas Wind Systems A/S is a Denmark-based company active within the wind power industry. The Company operates through two segments, Project and Service. The Project segment is responsible for sale of wind power plants and wind turbines, among others. The Service segment contains provision of services related to the Company's offer, as well as sale of spare parts and other activities. Vestas Wind System's product line comprises 2 Megawatt (MW) and 3MW energy capture platforms equipped with ice, smoke and shadow detection systems. Its services range consists of data-driven consultancy services, fleet optimization, blade maintenance and inspection, power generator repairs and gearbox exchange, among others.
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Henrik M. Andersen
President, Chief Executive Officer
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Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Tommy Rahbek Nielsen
Chief Operating Officer, Interim Executive Vice President of Manufacturing & Global Procurement
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Vestas likely suffered a ransomware attack on November 19 but almost all of its IT systems are now up and running again, the world's largest wind turbine maker said on Monday.
Wind turbine maker Vestas on Monday said the cyber attack it reported at the weekend has affected parts of its internal IT infrastructure and that data has been "compromised".
Vestas slashed its 2021 outlook for a second time this year in response to higher costs and supply constraints, sending its shares tumbling as much as 14% as the world's largest maker of wind turbines posted forecast-lagging quarterly profit.
Denmark risks falling short of its 2030 climate targets unless it builds far more wind and solar farms and overcomes bureaucracy and local resistance to turbines, lobby group WindDenmark said on Tuesday.
(The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are their own.)
Vestas said on Friday that EnBW had picked its new turbine, which will be the world's biggest, as the preferred option for the 900 MW He Dreiht project in the German North Sea, which will be operated without subsidies.
Wind turbine maker Vestas unveiled new technology on Monday which it says enables wind turbine blades to be fully recycled, avoiding the dumping of old blades.
Vestas said on Wednesday it would reduce its production capacity in United States, which entails cutting 450 positions in three factories across Colorado, as the company cited lower near-term demand.
Vestas aims to dominate the offshore wind market with the launch of its giant 15 megawatt (MW) turbine and will focus on integrating its recently acquired offshore wind business, it said after posting mixed fourth-quarter results on Wednesday.
Wind turbine maker Vestas has developed a new 15 megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine, its biggest yet, the company said on Wednesday ahead of releasing fourth quarter results.
Wind turbine maker Vestas will lay off 220 employees, primarily in Denmark and the UK, as part of the integration of onshore and offshore operations, the company said on Thursday.
Shares in wind turbine maker Vestas <VWS.CO> fell as much as 12% on Wednesday despite better than expected third-quarter operating profit, with sentiment hit by the company's order intake and uncertainty over the U.S. presidential election.
Shares in the world's largest wind turbine maker, Vestas <VWS.CO>, hit a record high after the company reintroduced full year revenue guidance on Tuesday following a surge in second quarter sales.
* SUPREME COURT APPROVES SCHEME OF ARRANGEMENT TO EFFECT ACQUISITION OF WINDLAB BY WIND ACQUISITION 2 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Leading wind turbine maker Vestas <VWS.CO> posted an unexpected first-quarter operating loss despite strong sales and a healthy order book, weighed down by project delays as well as higher costs that were partly down to the COVID-19 pandemic.
* CFO SAYS HAD A FEW DELAYED PROJECTS IN THE FIRST QUARTER WHICH TRIGGERED SOME EXTRA COSTS
Vestas <VWS.CO> said on Monday it will lay off around 400 employees and halt certain research and development projects with immediate effect as a result the economic impact of the new coronavirus outbreak.
Vestas, the world's largest maker of wind turbines, suspended its 2020 outlook on Tuesday as measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus disrupted its manufacturing, supply chain and installations at wind parks.
* PRELIMINARY NUMBERS INDICATE THAT RESULTS FOR Q1 ARE IN LINE WITH EXPECTATIONS
Vestas, the world's largest maker of wind turbines, suspended its 2020 outlook on Tuesday as measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus disrupted its manufacturing, supply chain and installations.
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