Guzman Energy, Holy Cross Energy Partner for Bronco Plains II Power


Guzman Energy and Holy Cross Energy (HCE) have entered a power offtake sharing agreement that delivers renewable energy generated by the Bronco Plains II Energy Center to both organizations’ respective power portfolios.

Bronco Plains II Energy Center, located in Kit Carson County, Colo., is a 200 MW wind facility developed, operated and owned by NextEra Energy Resources. The site began producing power from 72 wind turbines last year.

During winter months, 150 MW of the center’s output is set to go to HCE and 50 MW will go to Guzman Energy. In the summer months, HCE and Guzman Energy are expected to each offtake 100 MW. 

“The addition of energy generated by Bronco Plains II Energy Center to the Guzman power supply portfolio is a valuable contributor to providing our wholesale customers with price certainty as well as the option to source clean, renewable energy,” says Robin Lunt, chief commercial officer of Guzman Energy.

Guzman Energy became a wholesale power partner of HCE in 2019. 

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