Interconnect deal terminated for 100-MW wind project in Michigan

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Jan. 16 accepted a Nov. 20 filing by the Midcontinent Independent System Operator of a Notice of Termination of the Generator Interconnection Agreement with Geronimo Huron Wind LLC and International Transmission d/b/a ITC Transmission for a 100-MW wind project in Michigan.

On April 8, 2014, MISO had submitted an Interconnection Agreement for Project J281 and J282 to the commission among Geronimo Huron Wind as Interconnection Customer and ITC Transmission as Transmission Owner. “Pursuant to Article 2.3.1 of the Agreement as well as the Consent to Termination, the Parties mutually agree to terminate the Agreement, effective November 21, 2014,” said the Nov. 20 MISO filing.

The Interconnection Customer intended to build, own, and operate a 100-MW facility in Huron County, Michigan. Geronimo Wind Energy LLC is the agent for Geronimo Huron.

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