Pattern files EWG notices for two wind farms in Texas, New Mexico

Two affiliates of Pattern Energy Group LP with in-development wind farms in filed Oct. 13 notices with FERC of exempt wholesale generator status.

Broadview Energy JN LLC filed with respect to its ownership and operation of an 181.7-MW (nameplate) wind facility and related assets located in Curry County, New Mexico and Deaf Smith County, Texas. The facility will be interconnected to the transmission facilities owned and operated by Western Interconnect LLC. The facility will consist of 79 Siemens wind turbine generators of 2.3 MW each and other limited interconnection facilities.

The company has signed a long-term power purchase agreement to sell the entire metered output of the facility to Southern California Edison under a long-term power purchase agreement. The applicant is a wholly-owned, indirect subsidiary of Pattern Renewables LP. Pattern Energy Group LP owns all of the limited partnership interests in Pattern Renewables.

Broadview Energy KW LLC will own and operate a 142.6-MW (nameplate) wind facility and related assets located in Curry County, New Mexico. It will be interconnected to the transmission facilities owned and operated by Western Interconnect. The facility will consist of 62 Siemens wind turbine generators of 2.3 MW each and other limited interconnection facilities.

The applicant has signed a long-term power purchase agreement to sell the entire metered output of the facility to Southern California Edison under a long-term power purchase agreement. The applicant is also a wholly-owned, indirect subsidiary of Pattern Renewables LP.

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