E.ON completes 781.5 MW wind farm

Louisville, Ken., October 1, 2009 – E.ON Climate and Renewables completed the Roscoe wind complex in Texas, which has an installed capacity of 781.5 MW. The wind farm generates enough electricity to power more than 230,000 homes.

The project area spans parts of four Texas counties and the Roscoe wind complex covers nearly 100,000 acres, several times the size of Manhattan. The wind farm has a total of 627 wind turbines manufactured by Mitsubishi, GE and Siemens.

EC&R recently commenced construction on its London Array offshore wind project. EC&R currently operates more than 2,600 MW worldwide, including 1,488 MW in the U.S.

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