- Alabama Power Co. and TradeWind Energy have entered into a 20-year power purchase agreement for the transportation of 202 MW of energy and allows flexibility for construction of a wind project between 200 and 300 MW.
- The project will be built across 42,000 acres and hosted by over 120 landowners in Kansas; Alabama Power has the ability to use the electricity from the wind project to serve its customers or it can sell the electricity to third parties.
- This is the third project developed by TradeWind Energy that will deliver energy from the Midwest into Southeastern U.S.
From the article:
TradeWind Energy and Alabama Power Co. entered into a long-term energy purchase agreement for electricity from wind-rich Kansas across five states to communities in Alabama.
The 20-year power purchase agreement between TradeWind Energy and Alabama Power for 202 MW and all associated renewable energy credits were approved by the Alabama Public Service Commission on September 17, 2012. TradeWind Energy's plan allows flexibility for construction of a wind project between 200 and 300 MW. ...