First phase of Nova Scotia 16 MW goes ahead

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Two Enercon 800 kW wind turbines have been commissioned at Nova Scotia's Glace Bay Lingan wind farm, the first phase of a 16 MW project expected to be completed by the end of this year. The turbines were installed "both on time and on budget," says Ian Tharp of Quantum Leap, the asset management firm that financed the project. "With an additional $500 million expected to go into Nova Scotia wind power in the next decade, we look forward to Glace Bay being the first of many more success stories to come." Project owner Cape Breton Power plans to complete the project using Enercon E70 2 MW turbines.

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