Enercon Canada

Enercon Canada

Established in Germany over 30 years ago, ENERCON is an international leader in wind turbine design and manufacturing. Known worldwide for its gearless generator technologies, high manufacturing standards, and comprehensive long-term service agreements, the company has become synonymous with reliability and performance. To date, ENERCON has installed more than 27,000 turbines worldwide, ranging from 500 kW to 7.5 MW, representing more than 44.8 GW of installed capacity.

A major player in the Canadian market since its entry in 2001, ENERCON Canada Inc. has over 450 employees with offices located in Montreal and Dartmouth, service stations coast-to-coast, a manufacturing site in Matane (QC) and a dedicated training and warehouse facility in Boucherville (QC). ENERCON Canada Inc. currently has over 2,150 MW installed throughout seven Canadian provinces and territories.

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Telephone : 514 363-7266
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www.enercon.de/fr/home/

700, De la Gauchetière Street West, 12th Floor
Montréal, Québec  H3B 4L5

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