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The first wind farm in Costa Rica was expected to be completed in late April or early May. The 20 MW project, consisting of Kenetech's KVS-33 turbines, is being developed in Tejona by the Costa Rican subsidiary of the American company Merrill International Ltd. Funding is by Charter Oak Energy, the unregulated private power development subsidiary of the American utility Northeast Utilities, and a Costa Rican partner. Construction has been under way for about one year, says Merrill International's Chris Hunt.

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