Renewable energy company enXco orders Repower wind power turbines

Escondido, Calif., December 7, 2009 — enXco, an EDF Energies Nouvelles company, signed a delivery agreement with condition precedent with German turbine manufacturer REpower for up to 143.5 MW.

The 70 REpower MM92 wind power turbines, each with a rated capacity of 2.05 MW, are slated for delivery in 2011.

“This order reflects our need to secure turbines for the recovering West Coast market. enXco is very well positioned for wind projects due to the quality of the sites we have secured in California and the Pacific Northwest,” stated Tristan Grimbert, president & CEO of enXco. “This conditional order demonstrates our continued strength in project development and ability to successfully procure turbines.”

Steve Dayney, CEO of REpower USA Corp., said, “A high degree of trust has been developed through what has become a multi-year collaboration with enXco and parent company EDF EN. This new order strengthens our presence and competitiveness in the US wind energy market.”

enXco develops, constructs, operates and manages renewable energy projects throughout the U.S. enXco’s portfolio includes solar and biomass technologies. The company is an owner and developer of wind energy installations in the U.S.

REpower Systems AG is a manufacturer of onshore and offshore wind power turbines. The company develops, manufactures and markets wind turbines with rated outputs ranging from 2 to 6.15 MW and rotor diameters ranging from 82 to 126 meters for virtually every location.

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