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EDF Renewable Services bags O&M deal for 222.4 MW of wind capacity.

(SeeNews) - Nov 14, 2012 - US firm EDF Renewable Services, former enXco Service Corp, today said it had secured an operations and maintenance (O&M) contract for two wind farms in Michigan totalling 222.4 MW from utility Detroit Edison.

EDF Renewable Services is part of EDF Energies Nouvelles, the renewable energy arm of French utility EDF (EPA:EDF), while Detroit Edison is a unit of US group DTE Energy (NYSE:DTE).

The deal is for the 110.4-MW Thumb and 112-MW Echo wind projects, which use 1.6-MW turbines by General Electric Co (NYSE:GE). EDF Renewable Services now has 324.8 MW under contract with Detroit Edison after a deal last year for the 102.4-MW Gratiot wind project.

Under the terms of the multi-year agreement, EDF Renewable Services will provide selected O&M for the turbines and balance of plant, project oversight and remote monitoring. The company says it is currently providing O&M services to over 6 GW of wind and solar facilities across North America.
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