Invenergy affiliate files for EWG status on New York wind project

Marsh Hill Energy LLC, an indirect subsidiary of Invenergy Investment Co. LLC, filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a notice of exempt wholesale generator status related to a wind project in New York.

Marsh Hill said it is constructing and will own and operate wind facilities of approximately 16.2 MW that will be located in Steuben County, N.Y. It is called the Marsh Hill Project. Marsh Hill will sell electric energy and capacity produced from the Marsh Hill Project exclusively at wholesale.

The Marsh Hill Project will interconnect to the transmission system owned by New York State Electric & Gas (NYSEG).

Marsh Hill noted that it also plans to file a notice of self-certification with the commission to certify the Marsh Hill Project as a small power production qualifying facility under the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978, as amended.

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.

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