April 24 (Bloomberg) -- Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology Co., China’s biggest wind-turbine maker by market value, won a contract to supply 215 megawatts to InterEnergy Holdings for a project in Panama.
The order includes 86 2.5-megawatt direct-drive turbines for the Penonome wind project in the province of Cocle, according to an e-mailed statement today from Urumqi, Xinjiang-based Goldwind’s U.S. unit. Terms of the deal, Goldwind’s largest international sale, weren’t disclosed.
InterEnergy is a closely held power-plant developer based in Dominican Republic.
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