Germany's Enercon is to supply the turbines for what will be one of Japan's largest wind farms. Construction of the 65 MW project, being developed by Japanese company J-Power, has already started in Koriyama, Fukushima Prefecture. Enercon will supply 32, 2 MW machines and one 1.98 MW model for the project, which is due to come online in December 2006.
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