Enel Green Power signs turbine deals for 3.5 GW in the US

Italy's Enel Green Power has signed supply deals for massive amounts of new wind power. Although the turbine suppliers are not mentioned by name, there is a clear indication of their identity.

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Yet another major addition to US wind capacity is underway. Italian Enel Green Power has signed so-called master supply agreements with three wind turbine manufacturers for the delivery of turbines in coming years for about 3.5 GW, writes Enel in a press release.

"Through these agreements we will continue our strategy to grow in wind and invest in the US, seeking to nearly double our operating capacity over the next four years," says Rafael Gonzalez, Head of Enel Green Power North America, in the statement.

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