Campbell County Wind seeks EWG status for 98-MW project in South Dakota

Campbell County Wind Farm LLC, which is developing a 98-MW project in South Dakota, filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Nov. 2 a notice of self-certification as an Exempt Wholesale Generator.

The company will own and operate a 98-MW wind energy project located in Campbell County, South Dakota, near the town of Pollock. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CED Campbell County Wind Farm Holdings LLC, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Consolidated Edison Development Inc., which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Consolidated Edison Inc. (NYSE: ED).

The Campbell County Facility will be interconnected to transmission facilities owned by the Western Area Power Administration. Applicant will sell all of the electrical output of its facility to Basin Electric Power Cooperative under a 30-year fixed-price long-term power purchase agreement for 100% of the Campbell County Facility output of energy.

A project contact is: James J. Dixon, Vice President, Legal & Compliance Services, Consolidated Edison Development Inc., 100 Summit Lake Drive, Suite 410, Valhalla, NY 10595, Tel. (914) 286-7085, dixonj@conedenergy.com.

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