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Cimarron Bend II

 

Where is the project?

South of Minneola, Kansas in Clark County.

 

What transmission line does the project connect with?

Interconnecting to the new ITC 345kV Clark County Substation located just a few miles north of the Cimarron Bend project boundary. The project is also a candidate to tie into a proposed Clean Line Energy DC transmission line that would export Kansas wind energy to the east.

 

What is the size of the project?

200 MW

 

What turbines are being used?

Vestas V110-2.0 MW

 

How many turbines are being used?

100

 

When did the project begin operating?

March 2017

 

Who purchased the power?

Kansas City BPU

 

Who developed the project?

Cimarron Bend Wind Project, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tradewind Energy, Inc.

 

Who owns the project?

Enel Green Power North America, Inc.

 

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Cimarron Bend II

 

Where is the project?

South of Minneola, Kansas in Clark County.

 

What transmission line does the project connect with?

Interconnecting to the new ITC 345kV Clark County Substation located just a few miles north of the Cimarron Bend project boundary. The project is also a candidate to tie into a proposed Clean Line Energy DC transmission line that would export Kansas wind energy to the east.

 

What is the size of the project?

200 MW

 

What turbines are being used?

Vestas V110-2.0 MW

 

How many turbines are being used?

100

 

When did the project begin operating?

March 2017

 

Who purchased the power?

Kansas City BPU

 

Who developed the project?

Cimarron Bend Wind Project, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tradewind Energy, Inc.

 

Who owns the project?

Enel Green Power North America, Inc.

 

For more information about the benefits of our projects, please click here.