It is no secret that West Texas has long been a key source of natural resources. From oil and gas to beef and corn, the Texas High Plains has provided the state and nation with food and fuel that moves the country forward. However, without the proper infrastructure in place, be it rail systems or pipelines, these goods would never have been able to reach the end consumer.
Such is the case with the recent completion of the CREZ transmisison system throughout Texas. This $7 billion investment provides the necessary infrastructure for the wind energy produced in West Texas to more efficiently and reliably serve the metropolitan markets throughout the State. A recent article in Scientific American further discusses how this investment into infrastructure allows wind energy and renewable energy development to reach its fullest potential.
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GE Energy Financial Services, through its subsidiary, is forming an investment partnership with E.ON to complete the 211MW Grandview Phase I wind farm in the Texas Panhandle.
The High Ground of Texas is pleased to announce that Kevin Carter has accepted the position of Executive Director of The High Ground of Texas. The High Ground of Texas is a regional economic development marketing association that covers the northern 67 counties in Texas.