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First Wind signs first turbine deal with Siemens

UNITED STATES: First Wind has signed a deal with Siemens for 69MW to go to a project in Hawaii.

Siemens SWT-2.3 101 turbines will be used on the project
Siemens SWT-2.3 101 turbines will be used on the project

The Siemens 2.3MW turbines will go to the Kawailoa project on the north shore of Oahu island. It is the first turbine supply agreement First Wind has signed with Siemens.

The project is set for construction by the end of the year.

First Wind also owns the 30MW Kahuku wind farm on Hawaii. The project uses Clipper Windpower 2.5MW turbines.

According to the latest Windpower Monthly Windicator, Hawaii has a total wind capacity of 93MW.

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