Cegelec, a French industrial group that has branched into wind power development, has secured contracts for four turn-key projects co-developed with research consultancy Espace Eolien Développement (EED). The companies signed with EOC France (formerly Sinerg), an energy investment group now owned by the American company Arclight, to build three projects in Brittany's Côte d'Armour department: two 9 MW plant in Haut-Corlais and Trébry, and a 7.5 MW plant at Lanfains. The 17 Vestas 1.5 MW turbines should be turning by the end of the year. The fourth project is a 12 MW installation at Champfleury in the Aube department on behalf of a private investor. Construction work started in February and should be completed by the autumn. The project will use six 2 MW machines supplied by Repower, a German wind turbine maker.