wiredinUSA August 2020

Power plan gets go-ahead

2020 and 2021. AEP estimates customers will save $3 billion over the next 30 years on reduced electricity bills. The wind farms include a 999MW facility north of Weatherford; a 287MW facility being built southwest of Enid; and a 199MW facility being built south of Alva. Together the projects could provide over 5.7 TWh of wind power every year.

Ohio-based American Electric Power (AEP) is proceeding with its planned 1,485MW North Central wind project, despite Texas regulators rejecting the $2 billion project. The project is being developed in north-central Oklahoma to provideelectricity forOklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas: regulators from the three states gave their approval, as did the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. AEP companies will acquire three wind properties being developed by Invenergy in Oklahoma, when they are completed in

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