Wind farm to use 68 Repower turbines

Repower Systems SE, a unit of Suzlon Energy Ltd., won an order to supply wind turbines for a 140 MW capacity project in Pennsylvania.

The contract calls for Repower to deliver 68 of its 2.05 MW turbines for the Twin Ridges project, which is owned by EverPower Wind Holdings Inc. The turbines are scheduled for commissioning in 2013.

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