Enel Green Investing $220 Million in Mexico Wind Farm

(Bloomberg) — Enel Green Power SpA, the publicly traded
renewables unit of Italy’s Enel SpA, is investing $220 million
in a wind farm in Mexico.

Enel started building the 100-megawatt facility in
Zacatecas that’s expected to begin operating in the second half
of next year, it said Tuesday in a statement. The project will
generate enough electricity for at least 161,000 homes.

The utility has an installed capacity of about 400
megawatts in Mexico, about 346 megawatts of that from wind.

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