Brazos Wind Farm

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Brazos Wind Farm
GreenMountainWindFarm Fluvanna 2004.jpg
Brazos Wind Farm, Fluvanna, Texas
CountryUnited States
LocationFluvanna, Texas
Coordinates32°57′00″N 101°08′49″W / 32.949889°N 101.146912°W / 32.949889; -101.146912Coordinates: 32°57′00″N 101°08′49″W / 32.949889°N 101.146912°W / 32.949889; -101.146912
Commission date2003
Owner(s)Mitsui, Shell Wind Energy
Wind farm
Power generation
Units operational160
Make and modelMitsubishi
Nameplate capacity160 MW

The Brazos Wind Farm, also known as the Green Mountain Energy Wind Farm at Brazos, is located in Borden and Scurry counties in Texas. It has 160 wind turbines, each rated at one megawatt (MW) and supplied by Mitsubishi, and was completed in December 2003.[1] The wind farm sells generated power on a long-term basis to a local power distributor, TXU Energy, to supply approximately 30,000 homes in Texas. 50% of the Brazos Wind Farm is owned by Shell Wind Energy, Inc.[2]

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  1. ^ "Brazos Wind Ranch @ Fluvanna, Texas". Archived from the original on 2011-07-08. Retrieved 2009-09-17.
  2. ^ Mitsui. Mitsui USA's Advance in Wind Power Generation Archived September 27, 2011, at the Wayback Machine

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