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The Challenges

The New Mexico Wind Energy Center is a 204 megawatt wind farm consists of 136 GE 1.5 MW turbines.  The project was constructed in desert climate conditions in 2003 and produces enough electricity to power 61,000 homes annually.

PROJECT SCOPE OF WORK

  • Engineer for electrical system
  • General contractor for electrical system
  • 69-mile underground collector system
  • Fiber optic communications
  • 34.5 kV/345 kV substation

CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS

PROJECT DETAILS

Categories:
Client: FPL Energy / Nextera Energy
Location: New House, New Mexico
Megawatts: 204
Completed: 2003

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Project Description

Client:FPL Energy / Nextera Energy
Location:New House, New Mexico
Megawatts:204
Year Completed:2003