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The region's transmission structure has been bolstered by the $7 billion Competitive Renewable Energy Zone project, built to send wind power from the west to Texas' growing cities in the east.
5 billion dollars in transmission lines from areas designated as Competitive Renewable Energy Zones (CREZ) to load centers to ensure renewable energy is able to be transported into the energy market.
The PUC began by studying the areas of the state with the most promising wind resources (each one a competitive renewable energy zone, or CREZ) and introduced CREZ proceedings in December 2006.
It will send power on newly built transmission lines through the Competitive Renewable Energy Zone program in Texas, after the completion.
Lone Star Transmission Competitive Renewable Energy Zone 345-kV Electric Transmission Line, Lone Star Transmission
Mesa Power has nominated its wind turbine output to be delivered by Texas' Competitive Renewable Energy Zones (CREZ) transmission lines.
The project is located in Sterling and Coke counties in one of Texas' Competitive Renewable Energy Zones (CREZ) - resource rich, high-wind areas in West Texas and the Texas Panhandle that will increasingly supply renewable energy to major population centers in eastern Texas via new transmission projects.
Janous: The real value has been in the state's significant investments in its transmission lines that go out to West Texas [These are part of the state's Competitive Renewable Energy Zone effort.