Texas Panhandle’s Wind Power Capacity Set to Double Over Next Two Years
From Power Engineering
The wind power capacity in the Texas panhandle could double over the next two years as a mix of companies work to complete an estimated $3.3 billion of construction on wind power projects in the area, according to the Amarillo Globe-News.
The Globe-News reported the increase in projects was encouraged by the construction of new transmission lines. Cross Texas Transmission and Sharyland Utilities are close to finishing the construction of transmission lines that will take energy produced in the panhandle to other Texas cities, including Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and Houston.
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