Xcel makes huge US wind plans

A huge Vestas order will ensure that US energy company Xcel enjoys the full tax rebate on its impending projects, which have now grown to 3.38 GW.

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US firm Xcel Energy is ready to increase its wind farm portfolio. The company's plans is ready to increase its portfolio of wind farms. The plans now include projects with a total of 3,38 GW, to be ready before the end of 2020, reports Recharge.

The energy company is planning to increase its portfolio of wind farms. The company is now planning to add 1.23 GW of wind to its systems in New Mexico and Texas. Additionally, there are plans for 155 GW in Upper Midwest. Xcel is also poised to begin construction of the 600 MW Rush Creek project in Colorado.

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