A Mexican company, Fuerza Eolica, is teaming up with Enron Wind to build three wind farms in Mexico totalling 120 MW in installed capacity. Fuerza Eolica, based in Mexico City, will invest $125 million over the next three years in the wind plant, in Baja California, Oaxaca and Quintana Roo. The Mexican company says it has permission for the three projects. It describes the role of Enron Wind, formerly known as Zond, as technological partner. Previously in Mexico, US wind power developer New World Power Corp had installed a small pilot project of Vestas turbines in La Venta, a famously windy area in the state of Oaxaca. But its plans to develop a vast wind plant were never fulfilled.