15 Oct '11, 11am

Vestas Sells Wind Turbines to Ontario Canada

Vestas Sells Wind Turbines to Ontario Canada

Vestas is the world leader in providing high-tech wind power systems. Since 1979, Vestas has supplied more than 44,000 wind turbines in 66 countries. Vestas sold its first wind turbine to North America in 1981 and since then has provided more than 12,000 turbines to the United States and Canada. It appears that Vestas is helping the world meet renewable energy goals. According to the WWF Canada, it may be possible to be on 100% renewable energy by the year 2050. These sales by global wind companies are a step towards that goal.

Full article: http://www.theenvironmentalblog.org/2011/10/vestas-sells-...

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