The order is the third for Vestas from a European developer this month.

Planned to be installed on the island of Lolland, the 36MW turbines will be delivered in the fourth quarter.

Under the contract, Vestas will supply, install, and commission the turbines as well as provide full-scope services for 15 years through its Vestas Active Output Management (AOM 4000).

Vestas Northern Europe president Klaus Steen Mortensen said: "Rødby Fjord is known as a site with great wind resources, and we look forward to realising the project together with European Energy later this year."

The company has served European Energy’s other projects, including St. Røttinge, Ritalba, and Ottenhausen.

European Energy CEO Knud Erik Andersen said: "For more than ten years, Vestas has been an important partner for European Energy when it comes to successful wind energy projects throughout Europe.

"The Vestas V117 helps us improve our business case certainty, and we have high hopes for the Rødby Fjord project."

European Energy’s contract comes after Vestas secured an order from Allianz Capital Partners for 37 V117-3.3MW turbines in Sweden last week.

Earlier this month, CPC Germania placed an order for 15 V112-3.3MW turbines for its Hüselitz wind project in eastern Germany.