Signal Energy, a design/build general contractor that provides engineering, procurement and construction services to the North American renewable energy industry, says it has begun construction on a 30 MW wind project in Kent and Stonewall Counties, Texas.
Signal Energy's work on the Mozart Project includes the full design and engineering of the project roads, underground and overhead electrical systems, 69 kV substation, wind turbine foundations and all civil infrastructure.
The project will consist of 12 Nordex N100/2500 R80 wind turbines with a total nameplate capacity of 30 MW. Commercial operation is scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter.
This is the second project that Signal Energy has designed and built for the project developer, WKN USA LLC.
Signal Energy LLC, a design/build general contractor providing engineering, procurement and construction services to the North American renewable energy industry, says it has begun installing wind turbines and towers for the 20 MW Frisco Wind Project, to be located in Hansford County, Texas.
The project is scheduled to be in commercial operation by the end of this year. It utilizes 10 DeWind 2.0 MW D8.2 turbines built at DeWind's contract assembly plant located in Round Rock, Texas, owned and operated by TECO-Westinghouse.
Signal Energy's scope of work on the Frisco project includes the full design and engineering of all project civil infrastructure, underground and overhead collection systems, wind turbine foundations, project substations and the project interconnection facilities. In addition, Signal Energy will self-perform the wind turbine erection.