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Duke Energy plans 99 MW wind energy in Wyoming

Duke Energy plans to build a 99 MW wind power project consisting of 66 wind turbines in Wyoming, USA.

The Campbell Hill project is set to come on line at the end of 2009 and Duke Energy expects to receive the permit to build the Campbell Hill wind power project from Wyoming State in April, after which construction will begin.

PacifiCorp, which operates as Rocky Mountain Power in Wyoming, will purchase all of the wind energy from the project as part of a 20-year agreement announced in September 2008.

This will be Duke Energy’s second wind power project in Wyoming. The 14 wind turbine, 29 MW Happy Jack Windpower Project near Cheyenne began commercial operation in September 2008 producing energy for Cheyenne Light Fuel & Power customers in Laramie County.

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