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REpower Systems and the Saint-Laurent Énergies Consortium (SLE) have concluded a contract for the delivery of 150 wind turbines. The turbines have a total power of 300MW and are destined for the Lac Alfred wind farm project in the Canadian province of Québec. In two phases, REpower will deliver, install and commission 54 MM82 turbines and 96 MM92 turbines.

REpower signed a framework agreement for up to 954MW for wind farm projects in Québec with SLE co-owners EDF Energies Nouvelles and RES Canada in November 2009. The wind projects are being developed by SLE, a Montréal based wind energy company jointly owned by EDF EN Canada Inc. and RES Canada Inc. The signing of the contract for the Lac Alfred project, located around 400 kilometers to the North West of Québec City, marks the first call from this framework agreement. Lac Alfred will be installed in two phases: the first 75 turbines are to be commissioned by December 2012, while the remaining 75 turbines will enter operation in 2013. Turbines from the MM series with a hub height of 80 meters and a rated power of 2MW each will be used.
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