Oct 28, 2014 - Italian firm Enel Green Power (BIT:EGPW) said Tuesday it had completed and put on stream its 100-MW Dominica I wind farm, the first wind power plant in Mexico's San Luis Potosi state.
The company installed 50 wind turbines that will generate up to 260 GWh a year. The project was developed in Charcas municipality with total investments of USD 196 million (EUR 153.9m).
The output will be sold under two long-term power purchase agreements, worth a total USD 485 million.
With the new capacity, Enel Green Power has reached nearly 300 MW installed in Mexico and is building an additional 200 MW at its Sureste and Dominica II projects.
(USD 1 = EUR 0.785)
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