Renewable Energy on Jamaican Wind Farm

[] Jamaica’s own wind farm, Wigton, consists of 23 900-kW turbines in central Jamaica. The turbines are spaced 100 meters apart on the ridges in Winipeg Manchester. The farm is expected to generate 20.7 MW of power and is expected to supply the nation’s power station with a minimum of 7 MW. The project was completed within seven months under the management of UK-based Renewable System Limited (RES). Based on the success of this first commercial venture in wind technology Jamaica is on its way to promoting the use of renewable energy resources.
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