Dec. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Sempra Energy and BP Plc completed a 21-megawatt wind farm in Hawaii, their fifth project together in an agreement to build more than 1,000 megawatts of renewable-power capacity.
The Auwahi Wind farm in southeast Maui will produce power for the island’s utility under a 20-year contract, San Diego-based Sempra said today in a statement. The power plant includes eight turbines from Siemens AG and a 10-megawatt battery-storage system that will help regulate supplies during light winds.
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