Iberdrola completes 304 MW Ohio wind farm

Iberdrola has completed construction of the Blue Creek wind farm, situated in six townships in Van Wert and Paulding Counties, Ohio. Blue Creek features 152 Gamesa G90 turbines, with unit capacity of 2 MW and 100 meters in height.

In February 2011, Iberdrola signed a power purchase agreement with FirstEnergy Solutions, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE), for 100 MW of the total output of the project over the next 20 years.

Iberdrola has also started work this month on the 189 MW Manzana wind power project, located near the town of Rosamond, Calif.

The company has also signed two agreements for the power generated by this facility, one with the San Diego Gas & Electric company, which will receive the power generated by 100 MW over the next 20 years, and another with the City of Santa Clara’s Silicon Valley Power, which will receive the energy produced by 50 MW over the same period.

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