Work starts soon on Texan wind farm that will power over 160,000 homes


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Construction work on a Texan wind farm that’s set to power to around 168,000 homes per year is expected to start in September.

The Maverick Creek Wind Project will be jointly developed by Renewable Energy Systems (RES) and Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp.

The facility, in Concho County, Texas, is expected to have a capacity of approximately 480 megawatts (MW), RES said Monday, and will be completed by late next year.

“We are pleased to partner with Algonquin on the Maverick Creek project,” Graham Reid, the CEO of RES in the Americas, said in a statement on Monday. “This project is a clear demonstration of our mutual commitment to a sustainable…


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