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Endurance Wind Power (EWP), a manufacturer of distributed wind turbines, says it has formed a strategic partnership with Norwin A/S, a Danish wind turbine company.

The partnership provides EWP with the exclusivity rights to manufacture Norwin wind turbines, and will allow Endurance to manufacture, market and provide project support for ongoing projects, the companies explain.

Norwin's complete midsize product line of wind turbines includes 200 kW, 225 kW, 500 kW and 750 kW turbines manufactured in four continents. The company’s fleet comprises over 500 globally installed units with over 65 million operational hours.



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