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enXco, an EDF Energies Nouvelles company, has announced its second agreement in recent months with GE Energy to purchase turbines for new wind projects. Under the agreement, enXco will purchase 200 turbines representing 300 MW from GE Wind. The 1.5 MW turbines are scheduled for delivery in 2010. Last December, enXco announced a similar agreement to purchase 300 MW from GE for delivery in 2009.

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