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The first components of Americas Wind Energy Corp. wind turbines have arrived in the U.S. The shipment arrived in Baltimore on Dec. 13 and included rotors, nacelles and generators destined for the Wind Vision project in St. Ansgar, Iowa, and the Wray School District project in Wray, Colo.

The Toronto-based wind turbine manufacturer anticipates that the erection of the wind turbines will commence in January 2008, with commissioning to follow immediately thereafter.



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