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CEDAR CREEK WIND II

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Project Overview

A joint venture of AEP Renewables and BP Wind Energy, the 248-megawatt (MW) Cedar Creek II wind farm is located near New Raymer, Colorado. It generates enough clean energy to power about 84,000 Colorado homes. The project’s entire power output is sold under a 25-year contract to Public Service Company of Colorado.

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Facts At A Glance

Project Type

Wind Turbine

Project Name

Cedar Creek II

Project Location

Colorado

Status

Operating

Commercial Operation

2011

EPC

Blattner Energy

Owner

AEP Renewables, BP Wind Energy

Operator

AE Power Services LLC, a subsidiary of BP Wind Energy

Wind Farm Rating

248 MW

Number of Wind Turbines

123

Turbine Rating

1.6 MW - 2.5 MW

Rotor Diameter

82.5m - 90m

Hub Height

80m

Turbine Manufacturer

General Electric, Nordex