Starwood Energy Group to Buy 250-Megawatt Wind Project in Ohio

Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) — Starwood Energy Group Global LLC, a
private-equity firm that focuses on energy infrastructure,
agreed to buy a 250-megawatt wind farm in Ohio.

The company is buying the Northwest Ohio Wind Project in
Van Wert and Paulding counties from Trishe Resources Inc.,
Greenwich, Connecticut-based Starwood said today in a statement.
Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

The wind farm’s first 100 megawatts of capacity are
expected to be operational by late next year, according to the
statement. Construction on the project began in December 2013.

Starwood earlier this year invested in a two-phase wind
project near Lubbock, Texas, that will generate 377 megawatts.

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