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AAER Inc., a Canadian wind turbine manufacturer, has signed a reservation agreement for two 1.5 MW wind turbines to be delivered to Windland Inc. for its wind power project in Tehachapi, Calif. The two A1500 turbines are scheduled for delivery before the end of the year.

"Small and intermediate wind turbines make up the bulk of the older installed turbine base in California, and there is a growing replacement market that represents a substantial commercial opportunity for AAER," says Dave Gagnon, president and CEO of AAER.

The reservation agreement enables Windland to secure a manufacturing and delivery schedule for the two A1500 wind turbines while a turbine supply agreement and a warranty, maintenance and service agreement are being agreed upon by the companies.


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