Enel Green Power has started construction of the new Sureste I-Phase II wind farm in Mexico. The plant, which is located in the state of Oaxaca, will be composed of 34 wind turbines with a capacity of 3 MW each, for a total installed capacity of 102 MW. Sureste I-Phase II, which will be completed and enter service in the second half of 2014, will be able to generate up to about 390 GWh per year once in operation. In line with the growth targets set out in Enel Green Power

New Mexico wind energy company strikes deal with California

The company behind it, Pattern Energy Group, already operates one wind farm in eastern New Mexico sending power to California, and another is under construction.

The deal is part of California’s goal to get 50 percent of electricity from renewable sources within the next couple of years.
New Mexico wind is set to provide more power to Californians.

Construction on the Duran Mesa Wind Project near Corona, New Mexico is slated to start next year with a contract to start delivering electricity to California providers in 2020.