Sharyland works out interconnect for 240-MW Unity Wind project

Sharyland Utilities LP on Oct. 17 filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas a Generation Interconnection Agreement with Unity Wind LLC for a 240-MW project.

The project’s point of interconnection is located in Deaf Smith County, Texas, at Sharyland’s Windmill Substation at the bay located in that substation’s southwest corner. This is a 240-MW project made up of Siemens SWT 2.3MW-108-80 wind turbine generators with a nameplate capacity of 2.3 MW per unit. The project developer may change, prior to commercial operation, the type and MW size of each of the units, or the aggregate nameplate generating capacity of the plant, provided that the aggregate nameplate generating capacity for the plant may not exceed 240 MW. 

The scheduled commercial operation date for the project under the agreement is Dec. 1, 2015.

A project contact is: Unity Wind LLC, Melissa Miller, phone 512-739-0397, melissa@millerwind.com.

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