Vestas secures contract from Sempra Infrastructure to construct a 319 MW wind farm in Mexico

Sempra Infrastructure, an energy infrastructure developer, has placed an order for wind turbines with Danish manufacturer Vestas for the Cimarron wind farm project in Mexico.

The order consists of 46 V163-4.5MW and 18 V162-6.2MW Vestas turbines for a total of 64 turbines. Vestas will also provide a ten-year service agreement for the operation and maintenance of the wind farm to optimize energy production and ensure long-term business stability for the project.

The Cimarron wind farm is part of the larger Energia Sierra Juarez wind project being developed by Sempra Infrastructure in Tecate, Baja California, with a planned total capacity of 582MW. The project is progressing in phases, with the recent turbine order marking the third phase of development.

Mehdi Hadbi, senior business director for Vestas in LATAM North, expressed pride in securing a project with Sempra Infrastructure in Mexico, reinforcing their partnership in the renewable energy sector. He highlighted Vestas’ reliable products and strong local team as key factors in earning trust from customers in Latin America. This new contract further solidifies Vestas’ position in the Mexican market and demonstrates their commitment to renewable energy development in the country.

Mario Barreiro Castellanos, Mexico head for Vestas, emphasized the country’s significant potential in advancing the energy transition.

Source: Vestas

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