Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives Press Release, Globe Newswire
The award is for construction of the Thunderhead Wind Project in Antelope and Wheeler counties in Nebraska. The project will consist of 108 GE turbines with 300 megawatts of capacity. The power will be delivered into the Nebraska electrical grid. Work on the project began in November with completion scheduled for September 2020. The scope of IEA’s work includes construction of project access roads and turbine foundations, as well as erection of the turbines. Read more here.
Previously Posted: AT&T set to buy power output from new northeast Nebraska wind farm, News Channel Nebraska
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