The multinational General Electric has signed an agreement with the developer Pathfinder Renewable Wind Energy by committing itself to provide 2.1 gigawatts of wind turbines. The machines will be installed in the U.S. state of Wyoming.
Pathfinder, a company based in Alcova, Wyoming, is one of three wind developers that has achieved the right of access to a new electric transmission line called Zephyr Transmission of 3 GW, which will supply electricity to the southwest of the country by laying 1750 kilometers. Wyoming company has the right to connect 2.1 GW in particular.
Pathfinder is a consortium which comprises Wyoming ranchers seeking to develop the state while promoting the values of the ranch culture and agriculture, together with the protection of areas of its avifauna. The consortium is led by the financial group Texan Sammons Enterprises.