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Enron and German partners aim for 150 MW in Germany for near future

Enron Wind has signed a co-operation contract with banking giant Deutsche Bank and its subsidiary Deutschen Immobilien Leasing (DIL) as well as with wind developer EBV to develop 150 MW of wind stations in Germany, or up to 100 turbines, over the next three years. The turbine manufacturer says its contribution to the co-operation will be the supply of 1.5 MW turbine. Düsseldorf-based DIL and the Deutsche Bank will be responsible for financing and marketing and EBV, based in Oldenburg, will develop the projects. The deal was signed on June 15 at Enron Wind Europe's headquarters in Salzbergen. The partners all have years of experience in the renewable energies sector and are acquainted with each other from co-operation on other wind projects, Enron Wind says. "These companies unite the spectrum of competence that covers the whole sector for a successful wind project," says Enron's CEO, Andreas Reuter.

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