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Renewable energy developer WKN USA says it has brought two wind projects online: Project Mozart, a 30 MW wind farm located just north of Rotan, Texas; and Project Wagner, a 6 MW project in Palm Springs, Calif.

Project Mozart utilizes 12 Nordex N100 2.5 MW turbines and interconnects to the local ERCOT grid. It is the first phase of a larger 250 MW project. Project Wagner comprises two Vestas V90 3 MW turbines, which produce as much energy as up to 60 of the older surrounding wind turbines, according to WKN USA.



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