Enron Wind

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Enron Wind Systems, part of the Enron group, were manufacturers of wind turbines. The group was formed after the acquisition[1] in January 1997 of Zond Corporation of California, the largest US developer of wind-powered electricity at the time.

On May 10, 2002, following the Enron scandal, General Electric acquired the assets of Enron Wind Systems[2] continuing and thriving as GE Wind Energy, after which the empty shell of Enron Wind ceased to exist.


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