Roosevelt Wind Project is EDF Renewables’ first facility in the state of New Mexico. Its construction began in January 2015 and was completed the following December, The Milo Wind Project is located in Roosevelt County, New Mexico and includes 25 turbines. Construction of the project started in January 2015 and was completed one year later.
WSB was contracted to perform 3rd party verification on this project Located in Roosevelt County, New Mexico. Roosevelt Wind Project consists of 125 2-MW turbines that prevent 725,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions annually. The electricity generated by the project is supplied to Southwestern Public Service Company under a 20-year power purchase agreement.
Along with the Roosevelt Wind Project, Milo Wind delivers electricity to the Southwestern Public Service Company (SPS). Electricity from Milo Wind is committed into the real-time market in the Southwest Power Pool RTO. The project will prevent about 150,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions annually through providing enough electricity for about 27,400 homes.