We apologise for the confusion caused by our mixing of the names "Enron" and "Enercon" in the article "Big project and new offshoot" (Windpower Monthly, January 2000), which should have referred to the activities of both companies in Denmark and Enron's activity in Spain.
Germany's leading wind turbine manufacturer Enercon, and not Enron Wind of California as we reported last month, has taken on Jørn Kristensen to represent its interests in the Danish market for offshore wind plant. Kristensen left his job as managing director of Danish wind turbine manufacturer Wincon to join Enercon. Meantime, Enron Wind has taken up its position on the Danish market from an office in the north Jutland town of Aalborg, also with its sights set on the offshore market. Denmark is to build 790 MW of wind plant in six offshore projects (Windpower Monthly, July 2000). Furthermore, it is indeed Enron, and not Enercon, which is supplying 100 Tacke TZ-750 turbines to Energ’as E—licas Europeas in Spain.