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|Day's Range||104.43 - 104.43|
|52 Week Range||83.20 - 119.49|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.92|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||23.32|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.98 (3.89%)|
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A resulting legal dispute between a consortium led by Spain’s Acciona and the New South Wales state government over responsibility for the delay was settled in June, but the experience has stoked concerns. Just as state governments prepare to issue a fresh wave of public tenders, there are worries that the frenetic pace of building is heightening risks for the dozen or so lead contractors capable of bidding on the mega A$1bn-plus projects. Acciona, Bechtel of the US, Italy’s Salini Impregilo and China Communications Construction Company are just some of the engineering giants working on megaprojects in the transport, energy and mining sectors.
The Palmas Altas facility will have a capacity of 144.9 megawatts. Spanish firm Acciona Energia has commenced construction work on its second wind farm in Texas. The Palmas Altas facility will have a capacity of 144.9 megawatts and will use 46 wind turbines.