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Escondido, Calif.-based enXco, an EDF Energies Nouvelles company, has dedicated the Shiloh II Wind Project, marking the completion of development and construction on California's newest wind project in the Montezuma Hills Wind Resource Area of Solano County.

The 150 MW Shiloh II Wind Project, developed and owned by enXco, consists of 75 2 MW REpower wind turbines, and is the largest global installation of the REpower MM92 turbine.

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. will purchase the power generated under a 20-year power purchase agreement. The project stretches over 6,100 acres of farmland, 98% of which remains usable for farming and ranching. enXco Service Corp. will provide operations and maintenance services.

SOURCE: enXco



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