EDF extends 148.5MW wind energy contract

EDF’s renewable arm has agreed a deal to extend its contract for wind projects totalling 148.5MW. It will maintain and operate the Spearville Wind Project (100.5MW) and Spearville II Wind […]

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By Priyanka Shrestha

EDF’s renewable arm has agreed a deal to extend its contract for wind projects totalling 148.5MW.

It will maintain and operate the Spearville Wind Project (100.5MW) and Spearville II Wind Project (48MW) in Kansas, both of which features General Electric (GE) turbines.

The company operates more than 9.3GW of wind, solar and biomass projects across the US, Canada and Mexico.

Larry Barr, Executive Vice President of EDF Renewable Services said: “The turbines at Spearville are part of the GE fleet we manage encompassing more than 3,000 turbines for 4,800 MW.”

The agreement has been struck with Kansas City Power & Light Company.