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Americas Wind Energy Corp. (AWEC), a Toronto-based manufacturer and marketer of medium-sized wind turbines, says the first of two turbines has been installed in a Nova Scotia-based wind farm developed by Vector Energy Inc.

The first turbine is located near Springhill, Nova Scotia - AWEC says commissioning will take place next week. The second turbine, which will be installed at the end of the month, is near Digby, Nova Scotia.

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