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Next month, Kennedy Renewables will complete the Little Raith Wind Farm, the company's first wind project.

The 24.75 MW wind farm - located 20 miles from Edinburgh, Scotland - will use GE 2.75 MW wind turbines. The project marks the debut of GE's 2.75 MW platform in the U.K.

Kennedy Renewables was founded in 2009 by Brian Kennedy, a U.K. entrepreneur most recognized for his success in the home improvement and commercial real estate markets.



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