Iberdrola Opens Dillon Wind Project

Iberdrola Renewables has officially opened the Dillon Wind Power Project. The project consists of 45 wind turbines producing 45 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy.

The project is located in the wind-rich San Gorgonio Pass area of the Coachella Valley in North Palm Springs. This region helps support California’s role as a national leader in looking to renewable resources as a viable energy source.

“The 45 wind turbines on site produce more energy and are more reliable than earlier turbines, generate zero emissions, and make very little noise,” said Anders Glader of Iberdrola Renewables. “Iberdrola Renewables is proud to provide power to Southern California Edison and to be a part of the Palm Springs community. We value the partnerships we have developed to raise awareness and support for wind energy and to get the Dillon project constructed, interconnected, and operational.”

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