Sharyland works out interconnect for 200-MW Canadian Breaks Wind project

Sharyland Utilities LP on July 12 filed a Generation Interconnection Agreement with Canadian Breaks LLC at the Public Utility Commission of Texas for a 200.1-MW wind project due in commercial operation late next year.

The Canadian Breaks Wind project will interconnect at a Sharyland substation that will be located in Deaf Smith County approximately 10 miles southeast of the City of Vega, Texas. This is a nominal 200.1-MW facility comprised of 87 wind turbines rated at 2.3 MW each. They are either the Siemens 2.3-108 (2.3 MW) or General Electric 2.3-107 (2.3 MW) models.

The scheduled wind farm commercial operation date under this agreement is Dec. 29, 2017.

A project contact is: Canadian Breaks LLC, Attn: Thomas Houle, 115 Wild Basin, Suite 301, Austin, TX 78476, 24 Hour Telephone: (512) 712-1925, thomas.houle@macquarie.com.

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