Invenergy affiliate developing 289-MW wind project in Texas

Miami Wind I LLC, which is a subsidiary of Invenergy Investment Co. LLC, is developing a 288.6 MW (nameplate) wind facility in Texas.

Miami Wind I on Oct. 9 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a self-certification notice that it will be an exempt wholesale generator (EWG).

Miami Wind I told FERC that it is developing and will construct, own and operate wind facilities of up to 288.6 MW (nameplate) that will be located in Roberts, Hemphill and Gray counties, Texas. The facility will begin generating electricity in the “future,” said the company, without being more specific. Miami Wind I will sell electric energy and capacity produced from the facility exclusively at wholesale.

The wind facility will also include collection lines, a collection line substation and other interconnection facilities owned by Miami Wind I and necessary to allow wholesale power sales from the facility. It will interconnect to the transmission system owned by Cross Texas Transmission LLC.

The company contact is: Joseph Condo,
 General Counsel, Invenergy LLC, One South Wacker Drive,
 Suite 1900,
 Chicago, IL 60606, 
Phone: 312-582-1465, jcondo@invenergyllc.com.

This project, at least under the Miami Wind I name, is not currently listed as a project on the Invenergy website.

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