Sempra and Con Edison Buy 75-Megawatt Nebraska Wind-Power Plant

Nov. 7 (Bloomberg) — Sempra Energy and Consolidated Edison
agreed to buy a 75-megawatt wind farm in Nebraska.

Sempra’s U.S. Gas & Power unit and Consolidated Edison
Development each will own half of the Broken Bow II wind farm in
Custer County, according to a statement today. Sempra will
operate and maintain the plant, which last month began providing
power to about 30,000 homes. Terms weren’t disclosed.

The two companies earlier this year agreed to share in
developing five solar projects in California and Nevada.

“We believe that this first joint wind project will be as
successful and beneficial as our joint solar facilities,” Mark Noyes, vice president and chief operating officer of
Consolidated Edison Development, said in the statement.

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