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    Palmas Altas Wind Farm

    Renewable energy for more than 43,000 homes in Texas

    ACCIONA has started building the Palmas Altas Wind Farm, the company’s latest wind energy project in Texas. Grid connection is planned for November 2019. The wind farm will have a capacity of 145 MW and will supply enough renewable energy to power over 43,000 homes. It features forty-six wind turbines manufactured by Nordex. Palmas Altas represents continued investment by ACCIONA Energy in South Texas. The company recently completed the San Roman Wind Farm, located nearby in Cameron County. This latest installation raises the company’s wind energy capacity in the US to 866 MW, with eight wind farms in six different states.

    VERSIÓN EN ESPAÑOL

     

    Watch the construction of a wind turbine. This time lapse video was shot during the construction of the San Roman Wind Farm in Cameron County, Texas 

     

     

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Location
    Cameron County, Texas.
    Capacity
    144.9 MW.
    Wind turbine
    Nordex AW 125/3150.
    Tower
    Steel, 87.5-meter hub height.
    Start-up
    November 2019.
    Owners
    ACCIONA Energy

    KEY POINTS

    • Second ACCIONA Energy wind farm in Texas and 9th in the United States
    • Made up of 46 AW125/3150 ACCIONA Nordex wind turbines, each with a 125m rotor diameter on 87.5m high steel tower (at hub level).
    • Enough energy output to power 43,000 homes
    • 170 new direct jobs during construction phase and 10 permanent jobs once operational.
    • The project will pay more than $44 million in lease payments over its lifespan.

    DOCUMENTS

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