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It aims to increase national wind power capacity by 1,070 MW and expand rural electrification to 79,436 households in 24 of Morocco s most isolated and vulnerable districts.
This project is part of the National Wind Power Integration Research and Test Center of China (NWIC) owned by State Grid Corporation of China, using 30 wind turbines with at least 78 MW of generating capacity, and 640 kW of solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity and 2.
Iowa has rapidly become a national wind power leader and continues to be a strong agricultural and industrial center," said Widup.
The group already has three at nearby Tow Law, as does rival firm National Wind Power, sparking fears the North-East is being flooded with turbines.
The scheme is being proposed by National Wind Power Ltd, the company behind the 30 turbine North Hoyle wind farm off Prestatyn.
The larger deals were Baxi Group (pounds 663 milllion), Weetabix (pounds 642m), National Wind Power (pounds 400m) and IMO Car wash (pounds 351m).
National Wind Power has not yet submitted detailed plans.
It is unclear how many jobs the Mersey farm could create but National Wind Power, the UK's largest wind power generating company, is developing a site off Rhyl, where about 300 people are employed.