184-MW Lockett Wind project in Texas is in the works

An ERCOT Standard Generation Interconnection Agreement, dated February 23, 2016, between Electric Transmission Texas LLC (ETT) and Lockett Windfarm LLC, has been filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas.

The project company’s ‘s Lockett Substation will be located in Wilbarger County approximately five miles west of Oklaunion, Texas. Once the facilities are completed and energized, the Point of Interconnection will be located at the dead-end structure inside ETT’s Riley Station that terminates the Co-Tenant 345 kV Transmission Line from the Co-Tenant Switchyard within Electra Wind LLC‘s Digby Substation.

This project has a nominal 184 MW capacity comprised of 80 General Electric wind units at 2.3 MW each. No firm commercial operation date is given.

A project contact is: Lockett Wind LLC, Attn: Neil O’Donovan, 401 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 501, Chicago, IL 60611, Phone: 602 321 6878, nodonovan@lincolnclean.com.

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