AT&T strikes 300-MW wind VPPA in Nebraska

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Chicago-based renewables developer Invenergy said today it has inked a virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) with telecom giant AT&T Inc (NYSE:T) for the output of a 300-MW wind farm in Nebraska. Read more here.

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Previously Posted: WEC Energy Group spending $338 million on Nebraska wind farm: A Fortune 100 company has 100% offtake agreement for project, BizTimes – Milwaukee Business News

Invenergy Projects In Operation In Nebraska

News Release: Invenergy Announces Start of Commercial Operations of Upstream Wind Energy Center
CHICAGO (Jan.17, 2019) – Invenergy, a leading privately-held global developer and operator of sustainable energy solutions, announced the completion of construction and the start of commercial operations of the 200-megawatt Upstream Wind Energy Center in Antelope County, Nebraska. Located just north of the City of Neligh, Upstream was developed and constructed by Invenergy and will generate enough electricity to power 68,000 American homes.

  • 35.8 MW Prairie Breeze III Wind Energy Center in Antelope County southeast of Elgin. 20 turbines. Commercial Operation Date: 2015
  • 73.4 MW Prairie Breeze II Wind Energy Center in northeastern Nebraska in Antelope and Boone Counties. 41 turbines. Commercial Operation Date: 2015
  • 200 MW Prairie Breeze I in Antelope, Boone and Madison Counties. 118 turbines. Commercial Operation Date: 2014
    Source: Wind Energy Generation in Nebraska, Nebraska Department of Environment & Energy


N-CORPE hears wind and solar proposal, KNOPNews2
‘Invenergy” is the name of the company proposing ideas to N-CORPE. Senior Manager Julia Kimmerly and Analyst Jack Colelli of the Denver office said Invenergy has 146 projects, over 1000 employees, produces 22,000 megawatts of power, and has offices in Denver and Chicago.