Israeli firm to provide wind- and hydroelectric- turbines to Luxembourg

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October 1, 2009 15:31

 
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Israeli company Leviathan Energy has signed a letter of intent worth $2.5 million to provide small wind turbines and hydroelectric turbines to the Luxembourg NGO CENURBE (Center of Excellence for Urban Renewable Energies), the company announced this week. Leviathan will provide its Wind Lotus and Ben Katina turbines to the CENURBE which will then transfer them to central Africa as part of the EU Cooperation Program.

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