Invenergy files EWG notice on in-construction Kansas wind project

The Buckeye Wind Energy LLC affiliate of Invenergy Investment Co. LLC, which is developing a project in Kansas, filed on Feb. 20 with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a notice of self-certification as an exempt wholesale generator.

The 200.5-MW project is located in Ellis County, Kansas. It will begin producing test power “in the future,” said the notice, without being specific. The Invenergy website said the project is in construction and due for commercial operation at an unspecified time in 2015.

The wind farm will be interconnected with the transmission system of Midwest Energy. The company said the project will make power sales at wholesale, through bilateral agreements or a power exchange.

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