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Turbine supplier picked a third time for 113 MW phase of project

Australian energy company AGL Energy has once again picked Indian company Suzlon as its wind turbine supplier. Suzlon is to supply 54 of its 2.1 MW turbines through 2009 for the next 113.4 MW of AGL's project pipeline. It is the third AGL contract awarded to Suzlon, which has now sold the company 133 of its turbines. Previous contracts were for the turnkey delivery of the fully operational 94.5 MW Hallett Stage-1 wind farm, using 45 units, and for supply of 34 units for the 71.4 MW Hallett Stage-2 wind farm, now under construction. Both plant are located in South Australia.

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