AEP gives extra time to developer of 105-MW wind project in Texas

American Electric Power Service Corp., on behalf of its affiliate AEP Texas Central Co., on Feb. 13 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a First Amended and Restated ERCOT Standard Generation Interconnection Agreement dated Jan. 29 between AEP Texas Central and San Roman Wind I LLC.

As specified in the original agreement, which was filed with the commission on Jan. 12, San Roman Wind I plans to interconnect a 105-MW wind plant to AEP Texas Central’s transmission system. The wind farm is located in Cameron County approximately six miles west of Laguna Vista, Texas. The parties agreed to amend and restate the original agreement to change various project scheduling provisions, including a six-month extension on the commercial operation date. The facility will be composed of 35 Acciona Windpower 3.0 MW wind turbines.

A project contact is: San Roman Wind I LLC, Attn: Greg Buis, 1802 Lavaca, Suite 200, Austin, TX 78701, Fax: 512-852-4452, Phone: 512-351-3363, contact@pioneergreen.com

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