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Broomfield, Colo.-based Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc. (RES Americas) has announced the completion of the 139.4 MW Twin Ridges wind farm, located in Somerset County, Pa. The project was completed in December of 2012 and is now operational.

RES Americas served as the balance-of-plant contractor for the project, which was developed and is owned by EverPower. The Twin Ridges wind farm consists of 68 2.05 MW REpower MM 92 turbines that will interconnect to PJM through the Potomac Edison affiliate of FirstEnergy Corp.

"RES Americas is pleased to have completed construction on the Twin Ridges wind farm for our valued client Everpower,” says Andrew Fowler, chief operating officer. "The continued development of Pennsylvania’s renewable energy resources will bring additional capital investment, jobs and tax revenue to the state. We are proud to be a member of this community and look forward to continuing our operations in the area."



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