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Enercon GmbH, based in Aurich, Germany, is the fourth-largest

wind turbine manufacturer in the world and has been the market

leader in Germany since the mid-nineties Enercon has production

facilities in Germany (Aurich, Emden and Magdeburg), Sweden,

Brazil, India, Canada, Turkey and Portugal. In June 2010,

Enercon announced that they would be setting up Irish

headquarters in Tralee.

As of July 2011, Enercon has installed more than 17,000 wind

turbines, with a power generating capacity exceeding 24 GW. The

most-often installed model is the E-40, which pioneered the

gearbox-less design in 1993. As of July 2011, Enercon has a

market share of 7.2% world-wide (fifth-highest) and 59.2% in


Enercon currently supplies wind turbines to the British

electricity company Ecotricity, including one billed as the

UK's most visible turbine, an E-70 at GreenPark Business Park.

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Tags: wind; windenergy; energy; enercon; germany; saxony; anhalt; burgenlandkreis; stoessen; stößen
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