GES starts construction of a 96-MW wind farm for ENGIE in Mexico

GES is constructing a 96-MW wind farm in Tamaulipas state (Mexico). The project includes civil works and high and medium voltage grid. The 24 wind turbines of the project are the fourth phase of Tres Mesas Wind Farm that was awarded to ENGIE in the third energy auction that took part in Mexico last year.

GES was also in charge of the construction of the third phase, a 52 MW project. The good performance of the company was key for the awarding of this fourth phase. This time, GES will be responsible for the foundations and platforms of the wind turbines, the roads and space conditioning for the ancillary buildings and medium and high voltage electric infrastructures.

2018 is being a great year for GES Mexico. The company has already contracted a total of 442 MW in construction, 400 MW turbine installation and is maintaining 650 MW in the country.

Source: GES