enXco and Camp Grove Wind Farm, LLC Sign a "Full Service" O&M Agreement for the Camp Grove Wind Farm in Illinois
Camp Grove, IL.—February 13, 2007—enXco Service Corp (a subsidiary of enXco, Inc, an EDF EN Company), announced today that it has signed the Operation & Maintenance Services Agreement with Camp Grove Wind Farm, LLC, a majority-owned, subsidiary of Orion Energy Group, LLC ("OEG") for third party O&M services. OEG's Camp Grove Wind Farm will be located in Marshall and Stark Counties, Illinois.
The Camp Grove Wind Farm will consist of 100 GE 1.5 MW turbines and will be operational in the 4th quarter of 2007. eSc will be the sole service provider and operator of the project. In addition, eSc will be remotely monitoring the project from their Operations Control Center located in Pipestone, MN.
"We are pleased to have been selected by OEG to provide these important services for their Camp Grove project and to be involved with them in bringing new economic growth to this region of Illinois. eSc has more than 500 GE wind turbines currently under contract and we anticipate that number to grow beyond 800 by the end of 2007," stated Larry Barr, Vice President of Operation & Maintenance. "Our extensive experience with GE wind turbines coupled with our close working relationship with GE Energy gives us extreme confidence in this undertaking."
"Throughout our selection process, eSc was highly responsive to our selection criteria and specifically tailored their operations & maintenance services to meet our unique project needs," said Scott Healy, Vice President of OEG. "We believe that eSc is an outstanding addition to Camp Grove's experienced project management team."
enXco, inc. (www.enxco.com) an EDF-EN Company (www.edf-energies-nouvelles.com), develops, constructs, operates and manages wind energy projects throughout the United States. Since 1987 enXco has grown to be a significant owner and developer of wind-energy projects. enXco is the largest O & M 3rd party provider for wind farms, with more than 3,600 turbines and more than 1,500 MW under contract.