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Richmond, B.C.-headquartered Greenwind Power Corp. has announced the formation of a partnership with Spain-headquartered Naturener S.A. through Naturener's purchase of Energy Logics Inc., Greenwind's previous partner.

Greenwind and Naturener are currently developing four wind energy projects located in southwestern Alberta. Ownership of the projects' eventual capacity will be divided between the two companies.

Naturener adds that it is planning 1,800 MW of renewable energy development projects in the United States and Canada and will bring its first North American project online in 2008 in Montana. The company recently purchased 200 Acciona wind turbine generator units AW 77/1500 class II for a total capacity of 300 MW.


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