San Antonio Business Journal | December 30, 2019
Rangel Renewables has three new wind projects slated for South and North Texas as it heads into the new year.
Its first and current project is construction of the Vestas 136 3.5 megawatt turbines — one of the largest turbines in production — the company announced in a news release on Dec. 27. Aaron Aguirre, a spokesperson with Rangel Renewables said this project, being built in South Texas, will take the company into 2020 followed closely by two other projects.
Aguirre said he could only disclose few details on the two 2020 projects, saying that they will involve construction of more wind turbines with other manufacturers in South and North Texas.
“Overall, between the three projects, we will be responsible for erecting over 100 turbines here in Texas before moving on to our summer projects slated for the Northern region of the U.S.,” Aguirre said in a statement.
The company’s over 100 turbines will produce over 290 megawatts, which is the equivalent to powering around 188,500 homes.
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