(Bloomberg) — Vestas Wind Systems A/S, the world’s largest
turbine maker, agreed to supply equipment with 149 megawatts of
capacity for a project in Mexico.
The 45 3.3-megawatt turbines will be delivered in the first
quarter of 2016, the Aarhus, Denmark-based manufacturer said
Friday in a statement on its website. The sale includes a 10-year service agreement. The wind farm is receiving loans from
the Overseas Private Investment Corporation and the North
American Development Bank. Terms weren’t disclosed.
Oak Creek Energy Systems Inc. will develop and operate the
Tres Mesas project. Sigma Alimentos, a unit of Alfa SAB, and
Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s Mexico unit have agreed to buy the
electricity that’s generated.
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