Enel’s 150-MW Lindahl Wind project due to go commercial in November

Lindahl Wind Project LLC on May 16 filed at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a notice of self-certification of Exempt Wholesale Generator status for its 150-MW wind project in Williams County, North Dakota.

Lindahl Wind is developing the facility within the Basin Electric Power Cooperative service territory. The facility will interconnect with the transmission facilities that are owned and controlled by the Western Area Power Administration. The facility is expected to commence commercial operations in November 2016, the notice said.

A company contact is: Megan Beauregard, Senior Associate General Counsel, Enel Green Power North America Inc., 1 Tech Drive, Ste 220, Andover, MA 01810, Phone: (978) 296-6822, megan.beauregard@enel.com.

Basin Electric recently said its committed wind power supply projects for 2016 are:

  • Antelope Hills Wind, Beulah, N.D., 172 MW, to be completed in December 2016, power seller is SunEdison;
  • Sunflower Wind, Hebron, N.D., 104 MW, to be completed in December 2016, power seller is SunEdison;
  • Lindahl Wind, Tioga, N.D., 150 MW, to be completed in December 2016, power seller is Tradewind Energy;
  • Brady 1, wind, New England, N.D., 150 MW, to be completed in December 2016, power seller is NextEra Energy; and
  • Brady 2, wind, New England, N.D., 150 MW, to be completed in December 2016, power seller is NextEra Energy.
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