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Enron looks to Latin America

Enron Wind Corporation is studying the feasibility of developing two wind plants in Latin America totaling up to 230 MW in installed capacity, one in Panama and one in Brazil. The company, formerly known as Zond, has signed agreements with Copel in Panama to look at developing a wind farm there of up to 250 MW at a cost of $200 million. In Brazil, Enron signed an agreement with Cemig in Minas Gerias to study a wind plant that would initially be 30 MW.

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