Vestas-Canadian Wind Technologies, Canada's leading turbine supplier, looked the part with the largest exhibition display. NEG Micon, the only other manufacturer with more than 100 MW of turbines installed in Canada, was also the only other maker of large-scale turbines with an exhibit. Although neither Dutch Lagerwey nor Spanish Gamesa had a booth, they did participate in a forum on technology development. The exhibition, held at the local agricultural society's Horseshoe Pavilion, featured 23 exhibits, up from 20 in 2002.
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