Iderdrola changes registrations for three big wind projects in Texas

Iberdrola Texas Renewables LLC (formerly known as Penascal Wind Power LLC) on May 5 filed an amended registration statement with the Texas Public Utility Commission related to three wind projects.

The application noted that Penascal Wind Power had its name changed to lberdrola Texas Renewables. The companies Penascal II Wind Project LLC and Barton Chapel Wind LLC have been merged into lberdrola Texas Renewables.

Penascal Wind has a 201.6-MW wind project, and Penascal Wind II has a 201.6-MW project, both located in Kennedy County, Texas. Barton Chapel has a 120-MW wind project located in Jack County, Texas.

A company contact listed in the Texas filing is: Paul Sari, Wind Asset Manager, 1125 N.W. Couch Street, Suite 700, Portland, OR 97209,, Phone: 503-423-2043, Fax: 503-796-6907.

Iberdrola Texas Renewables filed in November 2014 at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a notice of Self-Certification of Exempt Wholesale Generator status related to these same three wind facilities. The company is a direct, wholly-owned subsidiary of Iberdrola Renewables LLC, which is engaged, directly and through its subsidiaries, in the marketing and development of wind, solar, biomass and thermal energy facilities and in providing other energy services. Iberdrola Renewables is an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of Iberdrola USA Inc., which is an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of Iberdrola SA, a Spanish public utility holding company whose shares are publicly traded on the Madrid Stock Exchange.

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