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Danish Nordtank plans to install its first two 1.5 MW turbines in Germany at the end of this year or beginning of next, assuming licensing procedures are completed on time. One site will be in Dithmarschen in Schleswig-Holstein and the other in Friesland in Lower Saxony. Nordtank also reports it has secured two large projects for 1996 in Germany. One is to consist of ten 500 kW turbines, to be installed at Schütting near Bremerhaven in Lower Saxony in October. Nordtank will plan, develop and run the wind station for the owner company. The second project, of 12, 600 kW wind turbines to be owned by a Nordtank operator company, is to be installed in the district of Bördekreis in November.

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