A Florida utility says it is expanding its
wind farm in Oliver County in west-central North Dakota.
F-P-L Energy says today it will build a 48-megawatt wind farm in
Oliver County this summer. The company hopes the turbines will be
operating by January First.
F-P-L Energy says it intends to put up 32 wind towers. Each one
will have a turbine capable of generating one-point-five megawatts.
F-P-L has already built a 50-megawatt wind farm in Oliver
County. The first project went into service in December.
F-P-L Energy is selling the electricity to Minnesota Power of
Duluth. Minnesota Power serves about 135-thousand customers in
Feb 6 2007 11:45AM
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