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Fredericksburg, Va.-based Infinite Energy Resources LLC, a developer of renewable wind and solar projects in the U.S., will focus its latest development efforts in the state of New Mexico.

Infinite has purchased a large tract near Santa Rosa, N.M., and has leased thousands of additional acres from other large landowners in strategic areas throughout the state.

"Our primary goal is to build wind and solar projects, not just tie up acreage," says Elsa Newland, CEO of Infinite Energy. "Our landowners have placed a tremendous amount of trust in the company. We share their values and know how important the revenue, taxes and jobs are to our partners and communities."

Infinite Energy's renewable projects will be developed in multiple phases over the next 10 years, with the first phase scheduled to be in operation within 24 to 48 months.

SOURCE: Infinite Energy Resources LLC



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