New Mexico and Texas wind farms sold by EDF Renewables to Canadian company

EDF Energies Nouvelles commissions the 200 MW Hereford wind farm in Texas |  José Santamarta Flórez


EDF Renewables North America announced it has sold majority ownership of five wind farms in Texas and New Mexico.

Canadian-based Boralex acquired EDF Renewables’ 50-percent ownership in the projects totaling 447 megawatts.

EDF Renewables put into service all five projects totaling 894 MW with commissioning dates between 2014 and 2015. The sale of assets represents an integral part of EDF Renewables’ business model to facilitate a balanced portfolio and advance funding for new project development.






200 MW


Deaf Smith County, Texas


200 MW


Floyd & Briscoe Counties, Texas

Spinning Spur 3

194 MW


Oldham County, Texas


50 MW


Roosevelt County, New Mexico


250 MW


Roosevelt County, New Mexico

“Considering EDF Renewables’ extensive development capabilities throughout North America, divestures provide an opportunity to rebalance our portfolio of owned assets,” said Luis Silva, Chief Financial Officer, EDF Renewables. “We are grateful to have worked constructively with the local stakeholders in Texas and New Mexico over the last decade and are pleased to partner with Boralex on this transfer of ownership.”

“Boralex is pleased to collaborate with EDF Renewables on this transaction,” said Patrick Decostre, President and Chief Executive Officer of Boralex. “EDF Renewables and Boralex share extensive experience in renewable energy production, and this acquisition furthers our shared goals of making a more sustainable planet for generations to come.”

Boralex will become the managing member of the partnership.