Construction began in June on Spinning Spur II, adjacent to EDF’s Spinning Spur I, and it’s expected to be operational by mid-2014, the companies said in a joint statement today. Terms of the sale weren’t disclosed.
The wind farm, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) west of Amarillo, will use 87 1.85-megawatt General Electric Co. wind turbines.
EDF, based in Paris, said in April it had a 10-year contract to sell power from the project without naming the buyer.
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