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New London, Minn.-based Aqua-Therm's Windations division has completed the first phase of the Willmar Municipal Utility (WMU) Wind Energy Project. Irvine, Calif.-based DeWind supplied two 2 MW wind turbines to the project.

"The large number of inquires Aqua-Therm received regarding the WMU project is indicative of the heightened level of interest in community wind energy throughout the country," says David Laursen, owner of Aqua-Therm.

SOURCE: Aqua-Therm LLC


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