Ameren Missouri gets nod for 299-MW wind park

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August 20 (Renewables Now) - Missouri regulators have greenlighted an agreement that allows Ameren Missouri to build and own a 299-MW wind park.

The company has been issued a certificate of convenience and necessity (CCN) for the project, giving it the right to construct, own and operate the wind park, the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) said on Friday. The project will be realised through a build-transfer agreement (BTA) between Ameren Missouri and Enel Kansas LLC, part of Enel Green Power.

The so-called Outlaw wind park will be installed in Missouri’s Atchison County. The special purpose vehicle behind the scheme is Outlaw Wind Project LLC, which Ameren Missouri will take over once construction of the plant is completed.

No further details about the project are available at this point.

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