Tracy, CA—January 23, 2006—enXco Services Corporation, a subsidiary of enXco, Inc., announced today that it has recently signed contracts with Babcock & Brown to provide operations and management services for Babcock & Brown's 50 MW Kumeyaay project, outside of San Diego, California, the 7.5 MW Jersey Atlantic project, in Atlantic City, New Jersey and the 24 MW Bear Creek project, in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. enXco Service currently has operations and maintenance contracts totaling more than 4,300 turbines with a combined capacity of over 1,000 megawatts including 272 of GE Wind Energy's 1.5-megawatt turbines. enXco Service is the nation's leading supplier of third-party operations and maintenance services to the wind industry.
"As the wind industry is rapidly expanding in the US, we are pleased to be able to assist such an important and growing presence as Babcock and Brown. With our extensive experience and geographical coverage, enXco is well positioned to assist our customers from early project planning right on through to the post warranty O&M phases of their projects", said Larry Barr, Vice President of Operations. "Our operations and maintenance teams continuously strive to set the highest standards in safety, quality work product and asset optimization."
"Babcock & Brown's wind holdings continue to grow rapidly, and we have been extremely satisfied with enXco's performance on our projects and their ability to deploy resources throughout the country. They have developed and maintained what is, without a doubt, the best all around service company in wind and can clearly add value to a project by having on tap any discipline necessary to deal with any issue that may present itself; from turbine issues to high-voltage issues to data analysis. We look forward to a continued relationship on our projects into the future," said David Barnes, Asset Manager-Wind for Babcock & Brown Power Operating Partners LLC.
enXco (www.enxco.com) develops, constructs, operates and manages wind energy projects throughout the United States. Since 1987, enXco has grown to be a significant owner of wind-energy installations in the United States (298 MW). Since 2002, enXco has been an affiliate of EdF Energies Nouvelles, S.A., the renewable energy arm of Electricite de France.
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Director, O&M Development