Vestas wins the wind order from Sempra Infrastructure to build a 319 MW wind farm in Mexico

Sempra Infrastructure, a Sempra subsidiary, has placed an order for 319 MW for the Cimarrón wind farm in Tecate, in the state of Baja California, Mexico. This is the third phase of the Energía Sierra Juárez Wind Complex that will have a total installed capacity of 582 MW.

The order includes the supply and installation of 46 V163-4.5 MW wind turbines and 18 V162-6.2 MW wind turbines. Upon completion, Vestas will also deliver a 10-year service agreement (AOM 5000) that will optimize energy production while providing long-term business certainty for wind farm operations.

“We are proud that Sempra Infrastructure has awarded us a project in Mexico, strengthening our long-standing relationship with this important player in the renewable energy ecosystem. We have been able to earn the trust of our customers in Latin America thanks to our reliable product offering and our local team with strong execution and service capabilities. With the signing of this new contract, we consolidate our market position in Mexico and reinforce our commitment to the development of renewable energies in the country,” says Mehdi Hadbi, Senior Business Director of Vestas in LATAM North.

Mario Barreiro Castellanos, Country Head of Vestas in Mexico, adds that “Our team has always worked with dedication, intensity and tirelessly, always investing in the country despite the challenges of the market, due to the broad potential that we identified in Mexico to assume a leadership role. on the path of the energy transition.”

Delivery of the turbines is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2024, while commissioning is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2025.