Amended interconnect filed for NextEra’s Javelina Wind project in Texas

Electric Transmission Texas on Aug. 17 filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas an amended Standard Generation Inteconnection Agreement with Javelina Wind Energy LLC covering a temporary Point of Interconnection for a wind project while the permanent interconnection facilities are being built.

Javelina’s Bordas Substation will be located about 35 miles southeast of Laredo in Webb County, Texas. The facility will have a nominal capacity of 249.7 MW and would be made up of 11 General Electric wind turbines of 1.79 MW apiece, and 115 GE turbines at 2 MW each.

There is no specific date in the SGIA for this project to go into commercial operation.

A contact listed in the SGIA is: Megan Kiernan, NextEra Energy Resources,

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