Sept. 3 (Bloomberg) — Duke Energy Corp., the largest U.S.
utility owner by market value, will build and operate a 110-megawatt wind farm in southern Texas.
The Los Vientos V project will use 55 2-megawatt Vestas
Wind Systems A/S turbines and be completed late next year,
Charlotte, North Carolina-based Duke Energy Renewables said
today in a statement.
Los Vientos V will have the capacity to power about 33,000
homes. Garland Power & Light, Greenville Electric Utility System
and Bryan Texas Utilities have agreed to buy electricity under
After Los Vientos III and Los Vientos IV, both of which are
under construction, and Los Vientos V are operational, Duke’s
U.S. wind-power capacity will exceed 2,100 megawatts, according
to the statement.
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