Enercon will build two wind farm totaling 9MW in Nova Scotia.
Celtic Current will provide turbine supply and maintenance services for the wind projects.
The wind project will be built in Cheticampin Breton County and Mulgrave in Guysborough County.
The 0.9MW Cheticamp is scheduled to be operational in June 2014, and is estimated to supply enough energy to supply about 200-225 average sized households in the community.
The 2.4MW Mulgrave is anticipated to fire up in October 2014, and is predicted to supply enough energy to supply about 575-600 average sized households in the community.
Provincial regulators are reviewing an environmental assessment application for Mulgrave and expect to make a decision by February 10.