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Virginia-based Apex Clean Energy has acquired the Midway Farms Wind project from TradeWind Energy. The project, to be located in San Patricio County, Texas, has the potential to reach 165 MW of capacity.

Midway Farms Wind is currently in development. No construction start date has been set at this time, and the company has not yet finalized a turbine supply agreement.

“The Midway project represents a valuable addition to our portfolio of projects on the Texas gulf coast, an area with growing demand and an excellent diurnal wind resource,” Dahvi Wilson, communications manager of Apex, tells NAW.





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