Enel Green Power has completed and connected to the grid its Dominica I wind farm in Mexico. With a total installed capacity of 100 MW, Dominica I features 50 2-MW wind turbines.
The power plant is located in the municipality of Charcas and owned by Dominica Energia Limpia S. de R.L., a subsidiary of Enel Green Power Mexico. Enel says construction required a total investment of around $196 million, and the project is supported by two long-term power purchase agreements for the supply of energy, worth a total of about $485 million.
Now that Dominica I is online, Enel Green Power has reached an installed capacity of nearly 300 MW in Mexico, where another 200 MW are currently under construction with the Sureste and Dominica II projects.