The large operators of Texas reported this month a record for wind power generation.
Credit: Todd Spink
The electric reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), state the largest operators have achieved a new State record for wind power generation at the 10 wind power output 8.521 megawatts (MW), almost 26% workload currently represents, surpassing the current record of more than 150 MW. ERCOT manages the electrical flow of Texas 23 million customers in 85% of State electric consumers.
Almost 7,000 MW of new record include electricity from wind farms West Texas wind, followed by more than 1,100 MW of wind farm along the coast of Texas. ERCOT has more than 10,000 MW of wind power capacity with almost 21,000 MW of additional wind generation in the year under review for development. Completion of the high-voltage transmission projects until end of 2013 improved the ERCOT wind power to the metropolitan areas of West Texas moved ability where the grid demand. See the press release of ERCOT.
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