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Wind Wire: Korean company makes first US deal

US: Korean manufacturer Unison has signed its first contract to sell to a US developer.

Unison will supply two 750kW turbines to Minnesota-based developer Juhl Wind for use at the 1.5MW Winona wind project in Winona County, Minnesota, at a cost of KRW 2.87 billion ($2.3 million). The wind farm is due online this autumn. Juhl Wind has developed 118MW of community-owned wind projects, all in Minnesota. YK Kim, the managing director of Unison's overseas wind power division, says the company is also in discussions to sell about 10MW worth of 750kW units to an unnamed developer in the US.

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