AMARILLO – Falvez Energy is developing a 163-megawatt wind farm in Randall, Castro, and Deaf Smith Counties.
The project will use 68 GE 2.4-107 wind turbine generators. The main power transformer is also being supplied by GE, and the company will provide day-to-day operations and maintenance services under a ten-year agreement.
The energy generated by the project will be transmitted through a new 14-mile transmission line to the Sharyland Utilities Windmill Substation and via the Electric Reliability Council of Texas.
GE Energy Financial Services provided construction financing. Additionally, GE Energy Financial Services and BNP Paribas SA will each provide 50 percent of the long-term tax equity for the project.
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