INTRODUCING GRADY MARTIN WIND
The Grady Martin Wind project provides an opportunity to help address New Mexico's growing electricity demand with clean, homegrown energy, while diversifying Curry and Quay Counties economies and supporting jobs in the local community. The project will be located in both Curry and Quay Counties.
Grady Martin Wind will create jobs and generate an entirely new source of long-term revenue for local schools, governments, and landowners. In the long term, the project promises to bring sustained tax revenue to the county for the local government and schools, as well as more than 30 years of local purchasing, employment, and investment.
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AN ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY FOR CURRY AND QUAY COUNTIES
Grady Martin will create jobs and generate an entirely new source of long-term revenue for Curry and Quay Counties, local government services, and property owners. The total direct financial impact to the region will be in the millions of dollars over the life of the project, with additional indirect economic benefits to the local economy.
Landowners that sign up property for the project will receive annual payments. These payments will continue over the projected 30-year lifespan of the wind farm, injecting tens of millions of dollars into the economies of Curry and Quay Counties to support local merchants, contractors, equipment suppliers, auto dealers, and others. The power from Grady Martin Wind will be delivered into the New Mexico electrical grid, reducing the need to import electricity from outside markets.