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First turbine towers made in Norway going up

The first wind turbine towers to be made in Norway have gone up at Haroy on the island of Sandoy, More og Romsdal (Windpower Monthly, August 1999). The five 47 metre high towers, each sporting a NEG Micon 750 kW turbine, are part of a joint project of Langland & Schei of Trondheim and P Meyer Industri of Frei, near Kristiansund. The facility is expected to be producing power before Christmas, reports Sandoy Vindkraft, a subsidiary of power distributor Sandoy Energi.

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