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Enel Starts Building 1.5GW Renewable Projects In US

  • May 7, 2021
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Enel Starts Building 1.5GW Renewable Projects In US

  • 07 May 2021
  • United States
  • Infrastructure

News: Enel Green Power North America has started construction work on more than 1.5GW of solar and wind capacity as well as on 319MW of battery energy storage projects in the US. The key projects include 639.6MW Roseland solar project and 270MW Blue Jay solar scheme in Texas, 200MW Alta Farms wind facility in Illinois and 140MW Rockhaven wind farm in Oklahoma. All projects are expected to be completed by H222 (Renewables Now).

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