NRS eyes California with project

National Renewable Solutions (NRS) is hopeful of winning bids to supply at least 350MW of wind power to California from a project on the New Mexico-Texas border, for which the developer plans to order 206 General Electric 1.7MW turbines, Recharge learns.

The two companies are working together to design the Broadview Energy KW wind farm and also with Mortenson Construction, the contractor that will build it, says NRS chief executive Patrick Pelstring.

“We have been bidding in to the California utilities. They’ve been active in the market in the last 60 days. We believe we will likely get shortlisted as we move through the negotiations,” he says, noting that NRS thinks it has been “very competitive with pricing.”

“We need to firm up power purchase agreements. We’ll probably know a lot more in the Log in to read complete article.

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