155-MW Fluvanna Wind project in Texas due for mid-2017 start-up

Fluvanna Wind Energy LLC on Nov. 8 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a notice of self-certification as an exempt wholesale generator.

Fluvanna Wind is constructing a 155.4-MW wind project in Scurry County, Texas. Fluvanna Wind has entered into an ERCOT Standard Generation Interconnection Agreement with Oncor Electric Delivery Co. LLC for the interconnection of the facility in the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) region.

The wind facility is under construction and is expected to begin trial operation in mid-2017, with commercial operation in October 2017. The facility will include wind turbine generators and associated equipment necessary for the generation of electricity as well as the limited interconnection facilities necessary to interconnect the facility to the ERCOT grid and sell the electricity at wholesale into the ERCOT market. The facility will not sell electricity outside of ERCOT.

As of now, Fluvanna Wind is a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary by Terna Energy USA Holding Corp., which is based in San Francisco, California. Terna Energy is a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of Terna Energy SA, a European renewable electricity generation company based in Athens, Greece.

A company contact is: Fluvanna Wind Energy LLC, Attn: Benjamin Huang, 400 Montgomery St, Suite 1105, San Francisco, CA 94104, (415) 398-3917, bhuang@terna-energy.com.

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