Vestas sells wind farm in the US

The OEM's US development unit sells a project, already prepared to host larger wind turbines, to the US' second-largest power utility.

With its 492 MW of Vestas wind turbines, Maverick Creek in Texas is not only the larger the OEM has developed; it's also one of the biggest wind farms in the US. | Photo: RES Group

Through its North American development subsidiary, Steelhead Americas, Vestas carries out yet another wind farm divestment. Southern Power, owned by the US' second-larger power company, Southern Company, buys the 118-MW Glass Sands Wind project.

"Glass Sands is a great project for Southern Power as we continue to provide clean renewable energy resources to meet the needs of our customers," writes Chief Executive Bill Grantham in a statement.

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