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The facility, comprising 37 G80 2MW Gamesa-built turbines, will generate electricity to power around 7,500 households and represents almost 4% of Mexico's installed wind capacity, according to a press release.
The wind farm was commissioned in 1Q14 and Gamesa will continue to operate and maintain it for five years.
Gamesa currently has 1.0GW of installed wind capacity in Mexico, with another 70MW in the pipeline at the Dos Arbolitos project, in Oaxaca state.
The company announced last week it plans to increase that figure by 50% by end-2015.
Gamesa's wind farms in operation include La Rumorosa, near Tijuana and the US border, and La Venta III, also in Oaxaca.
The company won a contract in July to supply turbines generating 100MW to a central Mexican wind farm, scheduled for 1Q15 delivery, but did not specify at which farm the turbines would be deployed.