BP Plc is weighing plans to update as many as 200 of its US wind turbines with newer, higher-capacity equipment, a move that would represent the company's biggest investment in renewable energy since its last wind farm came online in 2012.
If the company green lights the project – a decision that could be reached by mid-year – it would represent about 400 megawatts of capacity.
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