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[13] IMPSA (Argentina) INVAP (Argentina) Lagerwey - gone bankrupt in 2003 succeeded by Wind Energy Solutions, Emergya Wind Technologies, Harakosan and DarwinD (Netherlands) Lagerwey Wind (The Netherlands) Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Japan) NEG Micon, now part of Vestas Nordex (Germany) Northern Power Systems (USA) Norwin A/S (Denmark) PacWind (USA) Raum Energy Inc. (Canada - Global supplier of 1.3kW and 3.5kW systems) REpower (Germany) - bought by Suzlon in 2007 Samsung Heavy Industries (Korea) Scanwind (Norway) - bought by General Electric in 2009 Siemens (Denmark / Germany) Sinovel (China) Southwest Windpower (USA) SoyutWind (Turkey) STX Corporation (Korea) Suzlon (India) Vestas (Denmark), the world's largest manufacturer of wind turbines Vensys (Denmark / Germany) Windiva Energy (India) Windflow (New Zealand) [14]

Defunct companies

  • Enron Wind

Marstekno Turkey

Subproviders

  • ABB Generators, converters and power solutions

  • American Hofmann Balancing machines for turbines and armatures (USA)

  • Antec Specialists in wind turbine Braking Systems (Spain)

  • Bosch Rexroth Gearboxes, brakes, pitch control and yaw systems for wind turbines (Germany, USA)

  • Mersen earlier called Carbone Lorraine Specialist in Slip rings, Brush Rocker Assembly, Carbon Brush, Signal Transfer Slip ring system, Fuse for wind turbines (France, Germany, USA, India, China)

  • Hatch Ltd Associates Leading consulting and engineering firm with a Global presence

  • Hansen Transmissions Gearboxes for wind turbines (Belgium)

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