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For the first time since its plant in Tarifa was inaugurated in 1992, Spain's largest wind power development company, Sociedad Eolica de Andalucia SA (SEASA), made a profit last year -- about ESP 70 million on a 1995 turnover of ESP 985 million. SEASA owns a 30 MW plant of second generation Spanish turbines from Made, Ecotècnia and AWP, the latter based on the Kenetech 56-100 design. The 1995 turnover represented a 36% increase on the previous year's earnings. The SEASA consortium includes utilitu Sevilla, turbine manufacturer Ecotècnia, government renewables agency IDAE, wind turbine builder Abengoa, and utility Endesa.

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