Warren named plant manager at Sweetwater wind farms

September 19, 2013

Infigen Energy (Infigen) announced that Greg Warren is the new plant manager for Sweetwater 1,2 and 3 wind farms in Texas. Warren is responsible for overseeing the safe and reliable operations of the facilities.
Warren comes to Infigen with more than seven years of procedures-driven operations experience in the wind business. He previously served as plant manager for GE, Invenergy and BP Wind. Warren also served 12 years as an Instrument and Electrical Manager at a large chemical plant in Houston.  
Warren received an Associate’s Degree in Science from Texas State Technical College. He also holds Petro-Chemical Operator Training certification from Alvin Community College.
Infigen’s Sweetwater 1, 2 and 3 wind farms are collectively comprised of 176 wind towers that are capable of generating 264 megawatts of clean energy. Infigen Energy’s renewable energy generation represents a savings of approximately four million tons of carbon dioxide a year.
Infigen Energy specializes in the renewable energy business. They have interests in 24 wind farms across the United States and Australia. With a total installed capacity in excess of 1,600 MW (on an equity interest basis), they currently generate enough renewable energy per year to power more than 500,000 households. Infigen is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). Learn more about Infigen at www.infigenenergy.com.

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