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Mexico Expected to Add 1,200 MW of Wind Capacity in 2020 (Int'l.)
Mexican Wind Energy Association
Date: 2020-02-28
According to the Mexican Wind Energy Association (AMDEE), the wind Mexican wind power sector expects to invest roughly $1.3 billion in the development of 11 projects totaling roughly 1,200 MW of wind power in 2020.

More than 1,279 MW were developed incorporated into the installed capacity, so a total of in 2019, bring the country's total wind capacity to 6,237 MW. (Source: Mexican Wind Energy Association, PR, reve, 25 Feb., 2020)

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Xcel Breaks Ground on 522-MW New Mexico Wind Farm (Ind. Report)
Xcel Energy
Date: 2019-12-20
Xcel Energy report work is underway on what Upon completion in late 2020, the $900 million, 522-MW Sagamore Wind Project in Roosevelt County, New Mexico, When fully operational, the will be the single largest wind energy plant in New Mexico.

The project will incorporate 240 Vestas turbines to generate sufficient power for 194,000 typical homes annually. (Source: Xcel Energy, NewsWest, 16 Dec., 2019) Contact: Xcel Energy, David Hudson, Pres. New Mexico, Texas, (612) 215-5300, www.xcelenergy.com

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Elecnor Contracts for 30-MW Mexican Wind Farm (Int'l. Report)
Elecnor SA
Date: 2019-11-25
Madrid-based construction and engineering firm Elecnor SA is reporting receipt of a €16 million ($17.8-million) turnkey contract from the Mexican state of Baja California to construct a 30-MW wind park in the community of San Matias.

The project will incorporate eight 3.8-MW wind turbines and will be monitored and managed from within its electrical substation. The project is being financed through Spanish Banco Sabadell's wholly-owned subsidiary Sinia Renovables and its local unit Fuerza Eolica de San Matias.(Source: Elecnor SA, 22 Nov., 2019) Contact: Elecnor, +91 417 99 00, +91 597 14 40 - fax, elecnor@elecnor.com, www.elecnor.com

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Pattern's New Mexico Wind Projects Win Approval (Ind. Report)
Pattern Energy
Date: 2018-10-08
San Francisco-based Pattern Energy is reporting that the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission has unanimously approved the location control permit for Pattern's 950-turbine, 2,200 MW Corona Wind Projects.

Construction and commissioning of the Corona project in Lincoln County, New Mexico, is expected to be completed by the end of 2020. (Source: Pattern Energy, PR, Clean Technica, Oct., 2018)Contact: Pattern Energy Group, Mike Garland, CEO, Matt Dallas, (917) 363-1333, matt.dallas@patternenergy.com, www.patternenergy.com

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Acciona Scores 52MW Mexican Wind Farm Contract (Ind. Report)
Acciona Energía
Date: 2017-11-27
Acciona Energia reports it has been selected to develop the 52.04MW El Cortijo wind farm in Mexico. The project, which will incorporate Nordex 3MW turbines, is located in the state of Tamaulipas and is expected to come online in the second half of 2018.

(Source: Acciona Energia, renews, Others, 24 Nov., 2017)Contact: Acciona Energia, ACCIONA Green Energy Developments, Miguel Angel Alonso, Dir., Mexico, +34 91 657 64 60, www.acciona-greenenergy.com

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Wood Group Provides Control Solution for EDF EN Mexico Wind Farm (Ind. Report)
SgurrEnergy,Wood Group
Date: 2017-07-10
Aberdeen-Scotland-headquartered energy services provider Wood Group reports it has contracted to provide control solution for the 27 Clipper C89 wind turbines at EDF EN Mexico's 67.5MW La Mata y La Ventosa wind farm in Oaxaca, Mexico.

According to the company, the high turbulence and high wind speed site requires some turbines to be run in a reduced power mode.

Wood Group's control engineering team began working on a solution in October 2016 and, together with Romax Technologies, has recommended an automatic derating system to minimize turbine damage and otherwise optimize power production. Issues with overproduction, which can result in additional turbine wear, were also dealt with using a power feedback loop. (Source: Wood Group, 4 July, 2017)Contact: Wood Group, John Glithero, President Americas Division, (281) 828-3500, www.woodgroup.com

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