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Made, wind subsidiary of utility ENDESA, is planning a 10.5 MW wind farm in Enix, a small town in Almeria on Spain's south eastern seaboard. It is the first wind project planned for the scorched province, once famous for the production of spaghetti westerns. According to Made's president, Enrique Fernandez, the company will put in 32, Made 330 kW turbines, currently under construction at its Valladolid plant in central Spain. Fernandez says winds are not as high in Almeria as in some places in Spain, but good enough. Other Made projects underway include a 12 MW wind farm called La Muela 2, not far from Zaragoza city, a 20 MW development in Barbanza, Galicia, a 16 MW project in A Capelada, also in Galicia, and three projects totalling 22.5 MW on two of the Canary Islands. Made also has a provisional agreement to export 56, 330 kW turbines to India.

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