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Nordic Windpower USA Inc., a manufacturer of two-bladed, utility-scale wind turbines, has been awarded contracts for 19 of its N1000 1 MW wind turbines for public- and private-sector community wind projects in North America and South America.

The 70-meter N1000 turbine, with blades 59 meters in diameter, will provide energy for schools, wind farms, a military base, a municipal utility and a sustainable residential development. The projects are located in four U.S. states (Arizona, Indiana, Iowa and Minnesota) and Uruguay.

SOURCE: Nordic Windpower USA Inc.


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