Wind turbine manufacturing facility, wind farm coming to Clovis

Clovis, New Mexico. – Clovis Industrial Development Corporation President Lee Malloy and Clovis Mayor Gayla Brumfield announced today that Vert-I-Go Wind Energy, L.L.C., a wholly owned subsidiary of Abundant Energy, L.L.C., of Plano, Texas, plans to establish a wind turbine manufacturing facility and a five megawatt wind farm in the Clovis area utilizing its proprietary mid-sized, vertical-axis wind turbine technology.

Vert-I-Go Wind Energy, L.L.C. has reached a preliminary agreement with the City of Clovis, New Mexico, to purchase six acres of land and obtain an option on and additional thirty-four acres for the purpose of developing a wind farm using a proprietary new vertical-axis wind turbine technology exclusively licensed to Vert-I-Go Wind Energy, L.L.C. for installations nationally and internationally.

Additionally, the company plans to establish a manufacturing and assembly facility in Clovis to service its local activities as well as its national and international needs.

Vert-I-Go Wind Energy, L.L.C. selected Clovis for its initial wind farm development because of its unique mix of strong wind resources, proactive community leaders, efficient rail and infrastructure, and quality local suppliers.

The company indicated it will break ground on the project in the first half of the year.