Enron Wind

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

On May 10, 2002, following the Enron scandal, General Electric acquired the assets of Enron Wind Systems;[2] it has continued as GE Wind Energy. The empty shell of Enron Wind ceased to exist.

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  1. ^ "Zond acquisition", New York Times
  2. ^ GE buy Enron Wind Systems, 2 May 2002

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