Invenergy’s Wake Wind files EWG notice for 258-MW project in Texas

Wake Wind Energy LLC, which is developing a 258-MW project in Texas, on Sept. 30 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a notice of self-certification that it is an exempt wholesale generator.

Wake is an indirect subsidiary of Invenergy Wind LLC, which is in the business of developing or acquiring, through subsidiaries, electric generation facilities and related interconnection facilities.

Wake is developing and plans to construct, own and operate an approximately 258-MW wind project that will be located in Crosby, Floyd and Dickens counties, Texas. Wake will sell electric energy, capacity and/or ancillary services from the Wake Project exclusively at wholesale. The Wake Project is estimated to begin test power operations in the future, with no specific time period given.

The Wake Project will include limited electric interconnection facilities necessary to effectuate Wakes’s wholesale power sales. Through interconnection facilities in which Wake will own interests, the Wake Project will be interconnected with the transmission system owned by Wind Energy Transmission Texas LLC.

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