75 MW Wind Power Purchase Agreement

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Portland General Electric (PGE) secured a 30-year agreement with PPM to purchase 75 MW of wind capacity to serve PGE customers beginning in December 2005. Through this agreement, PGE will purchase all of the output of PPM’s Klondike II Expansion Wind Project soon to be under construction near Wasco, Oregon. The City of Alameda in California approved a nearly 24-year contract with PPM for 10 MW of electricity from the nearby High Winds Energy Center located in Solano County, California. With a capacity of 162 MW, High Winds is the largest single wind generating facility in California. On December 1, the City of Palo Alto Utilities also began taking 20 MW of electricity generated from High Winds from PPM for nearly 24 years
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