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Irvine, Calif.-based Composite Technology Corp.'s DeWind subsidiary has signed an agreement for the sale of 10 advanced DeWind D9 2 MW wind turbines to Energy Farming Ontario LLC. The D9 turbine is the advanced version of the D8.2 synchronous power turbine, which incorporates a 90-meter rotor for greater energy capture.

The contract is valued in excess of $23 million, with scheduled delivery of the turbines set for late 2009. The contract provides for delivery of 10 nacelles and blade sets. Energy Farming Ontario, a part of the Seeba-Energy Farming Group, will deploy the turbines in Ontario and has several large-scale wind development projects underway. This is the first of several phases to be built out in Canada.

SOURCE: Composite Technology Corp.


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