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Exelon has extended its agreements with Suzlon Wind Energy Corp.'s service group to continue servicing 231 Suzlon S88 and S64 wind turbine generators adding up to 408.5 MW.

"Exelon is one of Suzlon Groups largest and long-standing customers and sets very high standards for wind turbine operations, maintenance and safety, and we strive to be their easiest OEM to do business with,” says Duncan Koerbel, Suzlon Wind Energy Corp.’s CEO. “We look forward to continuing our partnership with Exelon.”

Suzlon Wind Energy Corp., which focuses on the North American market, is a subsidiary of India-based Suzlon Energy Ltd.  The sales and service headquarters for North America is located in Chicago, where the service group monitors and oversees the maintenance of 1,378 wind turbine generators, totaling 2,716 MW.



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