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OPAL Fuels Ohio RNG Plant Production Underway (Ind. Report)
OPAL Fuels,Aspire Energy
Date: 2022-03-07
White Plains, New York-based OPAL Fuels LLC reports it has begun commercial operations at its new landfill gas-to-RNG facility in Shiloh, Ohio. An affiliate of NextEra Energy Resources is a joint owner of the project.

The plant uses patented technology to treat landfill gas by removing CO2 and other components to purify the biogas and produce pipeline-quality RNG.

The facility is expected to produce around 6.9 million gasoline gallon equivalents per year of RNG and to cut the landfill's methane emissions by approximately 20,000 tpy -- down from more than 54 million gallons of petrol, approximately 1.1 million barrels of oil consumed, or the carbon sequestered by more than 570,000 acres of US forests in one year. (Source: OPAL Fuels LLC, PR, Website, Mar., 2022) Contact: OPAL Fuels LLC, Adam Comora, Co-CEO, 914-705-4000,

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Entergy Arkansas Searcy Solar Energy Center Now Online (Ind. Report)
Entergy Arkansas
Date: 2022-01-31
Little Rock-based Entergy Arkansas reports its newest solar generation source, the Searcy Solar Energy Center is now online. The facility includes 30 MW of battery energy storage capacity.

Searcy Solar is one of three Entergy Arkansas solar facilities adding 100 MW to the previous 181 MW already online. It joins Stuttgart Solar, an 81 MW facility, and Chicot Solar at Lake Village, a 100 MW facility, both of which have PPS with NextEra Energy Resources subsidiaries. (Source: Entergy, Website PR, 27 Jan., 2022) Contact: Entergy Arkansas , Laura Landreaux, Pres., CEO,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Entergy Arkansas news,  Energy news,  Solar news,  Solar+Storage news,  

Salt River Project Plans Wind Farm Near Flagstaff (Ind. Report)
Salt River Project
Date: 2022-01-17
In Arizona, Phoenix-headquartered not-for-profit utility Salt River Project (SRP) reports it has contracted with a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources to purchase the Babbitt Ranches property north of Flagstaff where it will develop a 161-MW wind farm that will be known as the Babbitt Ranch Energy Center.

The new facility, which will generate sufficient energy for roughly 40,000 homes, joins SRP's 127-MW Dry Lake Wind Power Project located east of Payson, which was the state's first wind farm. SRP seeking up to 1,000 MW of peak generating capacity by summer 2026, the release notes. SRP is the largest provider of electricity in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, serving more than 1 million customers.(Source: Salt River Project, Website PR, 13 Jan, 2022) Contact: Salt River Project, Kelly Barr, Strategy & Sustainability,

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NIPSCO Expanding Renewables, Solar Portfolio (Ind. Report)
NIPSCO, NiSource,NextEra Energy
Date: 2021-11-15
Northern Indiana Public Service Company LLC (NIPSCO), a subsidiary of Merrilville, Indiana-based NiSource Inc., reports the groundbreaking of its first two Indiana-based solar projects -- Indiana Crossroads Solar and Dunns Bridge Solar I. Both projects are expected to be commissioned and online in 2022.

The 265-MW Dunns Bridge Solar I facility is located in Jasper County, Ind. A subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC is constructing the project. Dunns Bridge Solar I will incorporate 900,000 solar panels and generate sufficient power for roughly 79,500 homes. The second phase of the project, Dunns Bridge Solar II, which will also be constructed by NextEra Energy Resources, will have 435 MW of solar paired with 75 MW of battery storage. Dunns Bridge Solar II will include an estimated 1,500,000 solar panels and is expected to be operational in 2023. NextEra Energy Resources will sell both completed projects to NIPSCO.

Indiana Crossroads Solar is a 200 MW solar farm located in White County, Ind. EDP Renewables North America is developing and constructing the project. The solar park will be a joint venture between NIPSCO and EDPR.

With these two solar projects, two completed wind farms and 10 more renewable projects planned or under construction, NIPSCO will have a total of 14 completed renewable projects by the end of 2023, as follows:

  • Rosewater Wind Farm -- 102 MW of wind, located in White County, Ind. (Complete

  • Jordan Creek Wind -- 400 MW of wind, located in Benton and Warren counties, Ind. (Complete)

  • Indiana Crossroads I Wind -- 300 MW of wind, located in White County, Ind. (2021)

  • Dunns Bridge Solar I -- 265 MW of solar, located in Jasper County, Ind. (2022)

  • Indiana Crossroads Solar -- 200 MW of solar, located in White County, Ind. (2022)

  • Brickyard Solar -- 200 MW of solar, located in Boone County, Ind. (2022)

  • Greensboro Solar -- 100 MW of solar and 30 MW of battery storage, located in Henry County, Ind. (2022)

  • Green River Solar -- 200 MW of solar, located in Breckinridge and Meade counties, Ky. (2023)

  • Dunns Bridge Solar II -- 435 MW of solar and 75 MW of battery storage, located in Jasper County, Ind. (2023)

  • Cavalry Solar -- 200 MW of solar and 60 MW of battery storage, located in White County, Ind. (2023) Gibson Solar -- 280 MW of solar, located in Gibson County, Ind. (2023)

  • Fairbanks Solar -- 250 MW of solar, located in Sullivan County, Ind. (2023)

  • Indiana Crossroads II Wind -- 204 MW of wind, located in White County, Ind. (2023)

  • Elliot Solar -- 200 MW of solar, located in Gibson County, Ind. (2023) (Source: NIPSCO, PR, Nov., 2021) Contact: Dunns Bridge Solar,; NIPSCO,; NiSource, Joe Hamrock, Pres., CEO,; NextEra Energy Partners LP,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News NiSource,  NIPSCO,  Solar,  Renewable Energy,  NextEra Energy,  

  • NextEra Energy Takes Stake in 2.5 GW Renewable Portfolio (M&A)
    NextEra Energy Partners
    Date: 2021-11-02
    NextEra Energy Partners has entered into an agreement with a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources to acquire a 50% interest in an approximately 2,520 MW renewables portfolio. NextEra Energy Partners plans to acquire interests in the assets for a consideration of about $849 million, subject to working capital and other adjustments, plus NextEra Energy Partners’ share of the portfolio’s total tax equity financings, which is estimated to be approximately $866 million at the time of closing. NextEra Energy Partners has also entered into an $824 million convertible equity portfolio financing with Apollo Global Management. NextEra expects to close the acquisition in later 2021 or early 2022.

    More Low-Carbon Energy News NextEra Energy Partners news,  

    NextEra Energy Partners Taking Stake in 2,520-MW Renewables Portfolio (M&A, Ind. Report)
    NextEra Energy Partners
    Date: 2021-10-22
    Juno Beach, Florida-headquartered NextEra Energy Partners LP reports an agreement with a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC to acquire a 50 pct interest in an approximately 2,520-MW renewables portfolio. In conjunction with the acquisition, NextEra Energy Partners has also entered into an approximately $824 million convertible equity portfolio financing with Apollo Global Management (Apollo). NextEra Energy Partners expects to acquire the interests in the assets for approximately $849 million, subject to working capital and other adjustments, plus NextEra Energy Partners' share of the portfolio's total tax equity financings, which is estimated to be approximately $866 million at the time of closing. The acquisitions include:
  • White Mesa Wind, an approximately 501-MW wind generation facility in Texas

  • Irish Creek Wind, an approximately 301-MW wind generation facility in Kansas

  • Hubbard Wind, an approximately 300-MW wind generation facility in Texas.

  • Cool Springs Solar, an approximately 213-MW solar generation and 40-MW solar storage facility in Georgia

  • Little Blue Wind, an approximately 251-MW wind generation facility in Nebraska

  • Dodge Flat Solar, an approximately 200-MW solar generation and 50-MW solar storage facility in Nevada

  • Elora Solar, an approximately 150-MW solar generation facility in Tennessee

  • Quitman II Solar, an approximately 150-MW solar generation facility in Georgia

  • Fish Springs Ranch Solar, an approximately 100-MW solar generation and 25-MW solar storage facility in Nevada

  • Minco Wind Energy III, an approximately 107-MW wind generation facility in Oklahoma

  • Ensign Wind Energy, an approximately 99-MW wind generation facility in Kansas

  • Borderlands Wind, an approximately 99-MW wind generation facility in New Mexico

  • Quinebaug Solar, an approximately 49-MW solar generation facility in Connecticut

    The acquisition is expected to close late this year or in early 2022, subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory approvals. (Source: NextEra Energy Partners LP, Website PR, 22 Oct., 2021) Contact: NextEra Energy Partners LP,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News NextEra Energy Partners,  

  • SRP Contracts for New Solar Plants Totaling 500MW (Ind. Report)
    Salt River Project,EDP Renewables North America
    Date: 2021-08-13
    Following its recent announcement to expand utility-scale solar resources to 2,025 MW by 2025, the Arizona-based not-for-profit public power utility Salt River Project (SRP) has announced three new solar energy plants that will deliver a total of 500MW of renewable energy. Facebook announced it will off-take 450MW of the combined solar capacity to support its newly announced data center in Mesa, Arizona, and help meet the company's 100 pct renewable energy commitments.

    The three projects include two 200-MW solar plants and one 100-MW solar plant. SRP is contracting with subsidiaries of solar developers AES, EDP and NextEra Energy Resources to construct and operate the three new plants. The first project is expected to come online in fall 2022 and start of construction for all the new solar plants, which will all be located in Pinal County, will begin at different points in time throughout 2022.

    The first project, the 100-MW West Line Solar project located in the city of Eloy, Pinal County, Arizona developed by AES Corp. is expected to come online in October, 2022. SRP and AES have worked together to bring online a 100MW solar system, East Line Solar, as well as a 10MW, 40 megawatt-hours (MWh) standalone battery-based energy storage system.

    The 200-MW Randolph Solar Park, developed by EDP Renewables North America is slated to come online in 2023. SRP is partnering with EDP Renewables, a global leader in renewable energy production, to develop and operate this 200MW solar park located in the city of Coolidge, Pinal County, Arizon adjacent to SRP's Randolph 230kV substation. Randolph Solar will span across 1,346 acres, and construction is anticipated to begin in fall of 2022.

    The third project, the 200-MW Valley Farms Solar project is expected to become fully operational by December 2023. SRP has contracted with a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources to develop the solar plant in Coolidge, Ariz. The two companies have previously worked together to develop and contract a 20MW solar generation facility and battery storage system, Pinal Central Solar Energy Center, and a 100MW solar plant, Saint Solar, which began operations in 2018 and 2020 respectively. Additionally, SRP and NextEra have plans to develop two solar-charged battery projects totaling nearly 350MW, Sonoran Energy Center and Storey Energy Center. Valley Farms Solar will be 1,900 acres in size and construction will begin in winter of 2022. (Source: Salt River Project, Website PR, 12 Aug., 2021) Contact: EDP Renewables North America, Miguel Prado, CEO,; SRP, Mike Hummel, CEO, Scott Harelson,,; NextEra Energy Resources, 561-691-7171,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Salt River Project,  Solar,  AES Corp.,  EDP Renewables North America,  NextEra Energy Resources ,  

    AES Indiana Acquiring PetersburgSolar+Storage Project (M&A)
    AES Corp., NextEra Energy Resources
    Date: 2021-08-04
    In Indianapolis, AES Indiana, a subsidiary of The AES Corporation, is reporting plans to acquire and construct a 250 MW solar + 180MWh energy storage facility in Pike County, southwest of Indianapolis, Indiana, from a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, which will develop and construct the project.

    Connected to AES Indiana's existing Petersburg Generating Station, the project will power the equivalent of 45,000 homes during peak hours.

    Subject to regulatory approvals, the project is expected to be operational no later than May 1, 2024. Last month, AES Indiana received approval from the IURC to acquire the Hardy Hills 195 MW solar project in Clinton County, Ind. (Source: AES Corporation, PR, Aug., 2021) Contact: AES Indiana,; NextEra Energy Resources, 561-691-7171,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News AES Corp.,  Solar,  Solar+Storage,  NextEra Energy Resources,  

    Tucson Solar+Storage Array Now Online (Ind. Report)
    Tucson Electric Power ,NextEra Energy Resources
    Date: 2021-05-28
    Following up on our May 3rd report, in Arizona, Tucson Electric Power reports Tucson's newest and largest solar+storage array, the Wilmot Energy Center (WEC) southeast of Tucson International Airport, is now online.

    The 100-MW solar array and 30-MW battery energy storage system incorporates 314,000 solar panels and generates sufficient energy for roughly 26,000 homes per year. TEP will purchase power from the WEC under a long-term PPA with an affiliate of NextEra Energy Resources, its owner and operator. (Source: Tucson Electric Power, Website PR, May, 2021) Contact: Tucson Electric Power, Susan Gray, Pres., CEO, Joseph Barrios, (520) 884-3725,,; NextEra Energy Resources, 561-691-7171,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Tucson Electric Power,  Solar,  Solar+Storage,  NextEra Energy Resources,  

    Tucson Electric Turning to Renewable Energy (Ind. Report)
    Tucson Electric Power
    Date: 2021-05-03
    In Arizona, Tucson Electric Power Co. reports it plans to "flip the switch" on its 100-MW Wilmot Solar Energy Center which was built and owned by NextEra Energy. The facility includes 30MW of linked battery storage.

    The utility's largest renewable energy resource, the 250MW Oso Grande Wind Project in New Mexico is also expected to come online soon. With both the Wilmot solar and Oso Grande wind projects online, TEP will have 628 MW of large-scale wind and solar resources.

    TEP aims to generate 70 pct of its power from renewables and cut its carbon emissions by 80 pct by 2035. The Arizona Corporation Commission is aiming for state-regulated utilities to source 100 pct of their energy from carbon-free sources by 2050. (Source: Tucson Electric Power, PR, 2 May, 2021) Contact: Tucson Electric Power, Susan Gray, Pres., CEO, Joseph Barrios, (520) 884-3725,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Tucson Electric Power,  Renewable Energy,  

    NextEra Energy Partners Acquiring 400-MW Wind Portfolio (M&A)
    NextEra Energy
    Date: 2021-04-19
    Juno Beach, Florida-based NextEra Energy Partners, LP is reporting a definitive agreement with Brookfield Renewable, a global owner and operator of renewable power assets, to acquire a 391-MW portfolio of four operating wind assets located in California and New Hampshire for a base purchase price of $733 million, subject to closing adjustments.

    The portfolio includes the Alta Wind VIII, 150-MW wind generating facility; Windstar,120-MW wind generating facility; a nd the Coram, 22-MW wind generating facility, all in California. The Granite, 99-MW wind generating facility in New Hampshire is also included. The acquisition will be completed with a combination of undrawn funds remaining from the 2020 convertible equity portfolio financing and existing debt capacity.

    NextEra Energy Partners acquires, manages and owns contracted clean energy projects with stable, long-term cash flows and owns interests in geographically diverse wind and solar projects in the U.S. as well as natural gas infrastructure assets in Texas and Pennsylvania. (Source: NextEra Energy Partners, PR, 19 Apr., 2021) Contact: NextEra Energy Partners,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News NextEra Energy,  Wind,  

    Peninsula Clean Energy Aims for 100 pct Renewables (Ind. Report)
    Peninsula Clean Energy
    Date: 2021-01-08
    Redwood City, California-based Peninsula Clean Energy, a Community Choice Aggregation agency and the official electricity provider for San Mateo County, reports it will procure 245MW of power from three California wind projects as part of its goal of providing 100 pct renewable, emission-free power by 2025.

    The three wind deals include a seven-year extension of an existing 150 MW wind project in Solano County with Avangrid Renewables. A second deal calls for additional eight years with Shell Energy North America (US) for half of the capacity and renewable energy generated by the existing 130MW wind project near Mojave. The final source will be half of the expected 60MW generated for 20 years from this project being repowered by a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources near Bakersfield in Kern County.

    The repowering includes replacing 157 existing turbines with 11 new turbines for Peninsula Clean Energy's portion and expected to be operational by September 2021. The additional wind generation will supplement solar generation -- including supply from the newly commissioned 200MW Wright Solar and 100MW Mustang Two Whirlaway projects. (Source: Peninsula Clean Energy, PR, Website, 6 Jan., 2021) Contact: Peninsula Clean Energy, Jan Pepper, 866-966-0110,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Peninsula Clean Energy,  Renewable Energy,  

    MG&E, Madison School District Partner on Solar Project (Ind. Report)
    Madison Gas and Electric,NextEra Energy Resources Development
    Date: 2021-01-04
    In the Badger State, Madison Gas and Electric (MG&E) reports filing an application with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSCW) for approval of an agreement to partner with the City of Madison and the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) on an 8MW solar array in Madison. The City will take 5 MW of the output and MMSD will take 3 MW of the output under Renewable Energy Rider (RER) agreements with MGE.

    If approved, the 28,000 panel array which will be developed by Juno Beach, Florida-based NextEra Energy Resources Development, LLC, is expected to come in at approximately $15.3 million and start generating power by the end of 2021. (Source: MG&E, PR, Website, Jan., 2021) Contact: Madison Gas & Electric, Jeff Keebler, Pres. and CEO,; NextEra Energy Resources Development, 561-691-7171,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News NextEra,  Madison Gas and Electric,  Solar,  

    CleanPowerSF Inks Solar, Energy Storage Contracts (Ind. Report)
    San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
    Date: 2020-09-30
    In the Golden State, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission's (SFPUC) community choice energy program -- CleanPowerSF -- reports the signing of two new renewable energy/energy storage contracts with NextEra Energy Resources and EDF Renewables.

    Specifically, with NextEra, the investment consists of the construction of a 20-MW solar project coupled with a 60-MWh of energy storage. Dubbed Crow Creek Energy Center, the solar photovoltaic development will be located in Stanislaus County, and, as part of the contract, NextEra Energy Resources will provide $100,000 in community benefits over the first five years of the agreement.

    The second contract with EDF Renewables will create a 200-MWh battery storage system for the Maverick 6 Solar project, a 100-MW development in Riverside County. The project is anticipated to begin commercial operations in December 2021 and will account for 12 pct of CleanPowerSF's renewable energy supply when it comes online in Dec., 2021.

    The CleanPowerSF community choice energy program launched in 2016 has invested in six large solar and wind energy and energy storage developments in California since 2018.

    Download CleanPowerSF details HERE. (Source: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, PR, Commercial Property Exec., 28 Sept., 2020) Contact: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission,; NextEra Energy,,; EDF Renewables,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News EDF Renewables,  San Francisco Public Utilities Commission,  Energy Storage,  NextEra Energy Resources ,  

    Wisc. PSC Considering Proposed Solar Projects (Ind. Report)
    Wisconsin Public Service Commission
    Date: 2019-12-02
    The Wisconsin Public Service Commission (WPSC) reports it is considering the fate of the proposed 150-MW Two Creeks and 300-MW Badger Hollow solar farms that, if built, would more than quadruple the state's solar capacity.

    The proposed $390 million projects, which are being reviewed by grid operator MISO, would be developed by energy companies Invenergy and NextEra Energy Resources. Two utilities -- MGE Energy in the Madison area and Wisconsin Public Service Corp. in the Green Bay area -- are seeking to purchase all of the proposed solar project's total power production.

    The proposed Badger Hollow solar farm developed by Chicago-based Invenergy would incorprorate 1.2 million solar panels covering about 2,500 acres of farmland in Iowa County in central Wisconsin. The 150-MW Two Creeks solar farm would run by NextEra. (Source: WPSC, Energy News Network, SDD, 30 Nov., 2019) Contact: Wisconsin Public Service Commission, (608) 266-5481,

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    SRP Invests in AZ Solar-Charged Battery Projects (Ind. Report)
    Salt River Project
    Date: 2019-11-20
    Not-for-profit public power utility Salt River Project (SRP) is reporting investments in the 250-MW/1-GWh Sonoran Energy Center in Little Rainbow Valley and the 88-MW Storey Energy Center, both in Arizona with a combined capacity of 338 MW.

    The plants, which will be owned and operated by units of NextEra Energy Resources LLC, are expected to become operational by June 2023. (Source: Salt River Project, PR, Renewables 19 Nov., 2019) Contact: SRP, Mike Hummel, CEO, Scott Harelson,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Salt River Project,  Solar,  Battery Energy Storage,  

    NextEra Wind, Solar Developments Stymied in Kansas (Ind. Report)
    Renewable Energy,NextEra
    Date: 2019-10-18
    In Kansas, Reno and Sedgwick Counties have nixed Florida-based NextEra's planned 80-turbine industrial wind farm within their borders.

    Sedgwick County Commissioners have banned commercial wind facilities from the county and also enacted permitting legislation requiring new commercial-scale solar facilities to receive FAA approval if they are to be sited within a mile of airport facilities.

    The legislation is in response to public concerns about the supposed health effects and noise from wind turbines, bird and bat deaths caused by commercial wind and solar facilities, and interference with area airports and air traffic. NextEra has developed wind and solar facilities in 35 states, including six in western Kansas. The August decision was the first time a major wind farm had been rejected in Kansas in a decade. (Source: Heartland Institute, Oct., 2019) Contact: NextEra Energy,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News NextEra,  Wind,  Solar,  Renewable Energy,  

    Gexa Energy Switches to 100 pct Renewable Energy (Ind. Report)
    Gexa Energy,NextEra Energy Resources
    Date: 2019-08-23
    Houston-based electric power retailer Gexa Energy LP reports it is proceeding with its plans to provide 100 pct renewable energy to residential customers at no additional cost.

    As a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, the world's largest generator of wind and solar energy, Gexa Energy operates more than 17,000 MW of wind and solar generation in North America and has over $20 billion invested in clean, renewable energy technologies. (Source: Gexa Energy LP, 21 Aug., 2019) Contact: Gexa Energy LP, Brian Lundrum, Pres., (866) 329-4392,; NextEra Energy,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Gexa Energy,  NextEra Energy Resources,  Renewable Energy,  

    WFEC, NextEra Ink Major Renewables-Storage PPA (Ind. Report)
    Western Farmers Electric Cooperative,NextEra Energy
    Date: 2019-08-02
    Anadarko, Oklahoma-headquartered Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC) reports the inking of a PPA with NextEra Energy Resources for the largest combined wind, solar and energy storage project in the country.

    The combined wind, solar, and energy storage project is in the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) electric grid region that includes Oklahoma and 13 other states in the central United States. It is also the largest co-located wind, solar, and energy storage project in the U.S.

    The deal acquires 250 MW of Skeleton Creek Wind; 250 MWs of Skeleton Creek Solar; and 200 MWs of Skeleton Creek Storage. The wind purchase will come online in 2019 with the other two slated for 2023, according to the release.

    WFEC's portfolio incorporates 521 MW of solar generation, 955 MW of wind generation, and 270 MW of hydroelectric generation. (Source: Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, Energy Insider, 31 July, 2019) Contact: Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, Gary Roulet, CEO, 405-247-3351,; Contact: NextEra Energy,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Western Farmers Electric Cooperative,  NextEra Energy,  

    Ward County N.D. Wind Farm Put on Hold (Ind. Report)
    Date: 2019-07-29
    NextEra Energy Resources reports its plan to revive a large wind farm in Hartland, Ward County, North Dakota has been put on hold. The company was considering a 150 turbine, 300 MW wind farm for the site, slighly smaller than the originally proposed 2,000-megawatt Hartland facility.

    NextEra has been working in North Dakota for almost 20 years and has invested $2.5 billion in the state and operates 14 projects.(Source: NextEra Energy, Minot Daily News, 28 July, 2019)Contact: NextEra Energy,,

    More Low-Carbon Energy News NextEra,  Wind,  North Dakota Wind,  

    80-Turbine Reno County Wind Farm Nixed (Ind. Report)
    NextEra Energy
    Date: 2019-06-17
    In the Sunflower State, the Hutchinson Kansas News is reporting the Reno County Commission has denied Florida-based NextEra Energy's proposed 80-turbine, 200-MW wind farm in the southern part of the county.

    Supporters of the project said the wind farm would bring economic and energy benefits to the county while naysayers claimed it could hurt property values, generate noise and kill birds that fly into turbines. (Source: KOAM News, AP, 14 June, 2019) Contact: NextEra Energy,,

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