Texan port Corpus Christi to invest more in wind

One of the largest US ports will invest more in becoming a transit port for wind turbine components.

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Faith in a strong US wind market remains intact irrespective of the impending tax reform legislation which could impact the industry. The likelihood that the PTC tax rebate will be upheld coupled with lower prices for renewables have encouraged Texas port Corpus Christi, located south of the city of Houston, to announce an extension of the port's wind facilties.

Corpus Christi aims to increase the area for the storage of wind components by ten hectares in the first quarter of 2018 and with space for further expansion at a later date, reports Recharge News.

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