E.ON Energy Services has been selected to offer asset management and balance of plant services for Lincoln Clean Energy’s (LCE) Amazon Wind Farm Texas near Snyder, Texas, US.
Under a long-term deal, the 253MW facility will sell 90% of the power generated to Amazon.
LCE CEO Declan Flanagan said: "Complementing LCE resources with subject matter experts is a key part of our growth plan and E.ON was an obvious choice given their extensive operating experience in Texas wind power."
E.ON North American chairman Patrick Woodson said: "We are excited to be working with Lincoln as they look to expand. As an owner, we understand the challenges these long-term projects face, and we want to bring our 'Service with An Owner's Eye' philosophy to the Amazon Wind Farm Texas facility.
"Our partners choose E.ON Energy Services because they know we have the breadth of experience to deliver high-quality, safety-focused services to operate their assets with a focus on the bottom line."
The deal with Lincoln Clean Energy is the latest in the portfolio of E.ON Energy Services.
In September, E.ON entered an agreement with Novatus Energy to manage four of its windfarms, totalling more than 700MW across three states in the US.
E.ON has invested more than $12bn globally in wind and solar projects over the last ten years. The company manages, owns, and/or operates windfarms in seven states.