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Enercon installs six turbines on Åland archipelago

Germany's Enercon has installed six 2.3 MW wind turbines across four small rocky islands that form part of the Åland archipelago lying between Sweden and Finland in the Baltic Sea. The turbines are operated by Leovind -- a company with 20% of its shares held by Vindenergie Andelslag, a firm that includes 1350 small investors from the Finnish Åland island group, reports Enercon.

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