Mesa Power LP
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Mesa Power was a wind energy company once owned by T. Boone Pickens. Mesa Power entered in joint-ventures with NextEra, Lestis Private Capital Group, GE and Wind Tex Energy. The company had plans to build large wind farms in the western Texas panhandle, the so-called Pampa Wind Project, part of the Pickens Plan. However, on July 8, 2009 the wind farm project was delayed for what were described as economic reasons. Pickens said he was fully committed to wind energy and to developing wind projects in the United States, and perhaps Canada, but that because of capital market setbacks he planned to be less aggressive with the Panhandle project. The company remained committed to the delivery 667 wind turbines and was planning to find projects for them. The company also planned to continue development of the Pampa project, but not at the pace originally expected.
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