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E.ON begins construction of 151-MW wind project in Texas

E.ON SE has started construction on the 151-MW Peyton Creek Wind Farm project in Matagorda County, Texas.

The wind farm will house 48 Nordex SE turbines and is expected to achieve commercial operations before the end of 2019, according to a March 21 release.

Upon completion, the Düsseldorf, Germany-headquartered company will have more than 4,000 MW of total installed capacity in the U.S., with additional projects in the pipeline.