January 21, 2010 / 12:23 AM / 8 years ago

Samsung wins $6 billion turbine deal with Canadian province

<p>A wind turbine feeds renewable electricity into the Ontario grid at the CNE grounds in Toronto February 18, 2007. Photo taken February 18, 2007.J.P. Moczulski</p>

SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean consortium led by Samsung C&T Corporation has won a $6 billion deal to supply renewable energy equipment to the Canadian province of Ontario, the company said on Thursday.

The deal to supply 2 gigawatt wind power turbines and 500 megawatt solar power generators will be signed later on Thursday in Canada, a company spokesman told Reuters, confirming earlier media reports.

Reporting by Shin Jieun; Editing by Jonathan Hopfner

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