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Invenergy Wind, a subsidiary of wind project developer Invenergy, has contracted with General Electric Co. (GE) to purchase an additional 800 MW of wind turbines for use in projects slated for construction in 2009 in North America and Europe. Along with Invenergy's previous purchases of 600 MW for 2007 and 700 MW for 2008 from GE, this provides 2,100 MW of wind turbines for Invenergy's 2007-09 programs.

Invenergy Wind currently has 13 facilities, representing more than 1,200 MW of wind projects in operation and construction in the U.S. and Europe. Wind energy projects completed and under construction by Invenergy Wind are expected to generate more than 3.6 billion kWh per year.


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