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Vestas Wind Systems A/S (VWS.CO)

VWS.CO on Copenhagen Stock Exchange

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Sat, Dec 30 2017

BRIEF-Vestas Receives First V116-2.0 Mw Order‍​

* - CO WILL SUPPLY THE WIND TURBINES AS WELL AS SERVICE THE PROJECT VIA A FIVE-YEAR ACTIVE OUTPUT MANAGEMENT 5000 (AOM 5000) SERVICE AGREEMENT.‍​

BRIEF-Vestas To Extend Wind Park In Argentina With 50 MW‍​

* TURBINE DELIVERY IS PLANNED FOR THE SECOND QUARTER OF 2018, WHILE COMMISSIONING IS EXPECTED FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2019‍​

VESTAS' ORDERS IN AUSTRIA AND GERMANY WITH W.E.B WERE ANNOUNCED ON DEC 27

VESTAS' ORDERS IN AUSTRIA AND GERMANY WITH W.E.B WERE ANNOUNCED ON DEC 27

UPDATE 1-World's top wind turbine maker, Vestas, pleased with final U.S. tax law

COPENHAGEN, Dec 21 Denmark's Vestas, the world's top wind turbine maker, said on Thursday it was pleased the final U.S. tax bill retained production tax credits for wind energy projects, after concerns over the bill had sliced almost a quarter off its share price.

VESTAS:BELIEVES THE BILL WILL ENABLE THE FURTHER GROWTH OF THE WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY, AND THE INVESTMENTS, JOBS AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IT GENERATES

VESTAS:BELIEVES THE BILL WILL ENABLE THE FURTHER GROWTH OF THE WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY, AND THE INVESTMENTS, JOBS AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IT GENERATES

VESTAS SAYS "PLEASED" THAT THE APPROVED TAX BILL IN THE US RETAINS THE PTC PHASE-OUT

VESTAS SAYS "PLEASED" THAT THE APPROVED TAX BILL IN THE US RETAINS THE PTC PHASE-OUT

BRIEF-Vestas receives 96 MW order in Wales

* INNOGY PLACES 96 MW ORDER FOR THE CLOCAENOG FOREST WIND PROJECT IN NORTH-WALES

VESTAS SAYS INNOGY PLACES 96 MW ORDERFOR THE CLOCAENOG FOREST WIND PROJECT

VESTAS SAYS INNOGY PLACES 96 MW ORDERFOR THE CLOCAENOG FOREST WIND PROJECT

REFILE-UPDATE 2-Vestas shares plummet as price pressure and U.S. uncertainty bite

COPENHAGEN, Nov 9 Vestas faces lower future profitability and possible subsidy cuts that could hit U.S. sales, it warned on Thursday, sending shares in the world's largest wind turbine maker tumbling by nearly 20 percent.

Siemens Gamesa needs more wind in its sails as Vestas stretches U.S. lead

* Vestas shares up 25 pct in 2017, Siemens Gamesa down 30 pct

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