Apex Midway Wind registers 158-MW project in Texas

The Apex Midway Wind LLC affiliate of Virginia-based Apex Clean Energy on Nov. 17 filed a registration statement with the Public Utility Commission of Texas as a power generator related to its 158.4-MW wind project.

This project would be located near Taft in San Patricio County, Texas. The filing said it would interconnect into the American Electric Power system in the Electric Reliability Council of Texas region.

The contact information for the project company is: c/o Apex Clean Energy, 310 4th St. NE, Ste 200, Charlottesville, VA 22902, William Pezalla, bill.pezalla@apexcleanenergy.com, Transmission Manager, Phone: 434-282-2107.

American Electric Power Service Corp., on behalf of its affiliate AEP Texas Central Co., filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in November 2014 a first amended and restated interconnection agreement with Apex Midway Wind LLC.

This project is listed on the Apex website as 160 MW in size and with expected completion in 2016.

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