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Horizon Wind Energy, owned by of EDP Renovaveis, has fully commissioned three wind farms: the 201 MW Meridian Way Wind Farm in Cloud County, Kansas; the 102.9 MW Rattlesnake Road Wind Farm in Gilliam County, Ore.; and the first phase (201.3 MW) of the Pioneer Prairie Wind Farm in Iowa.

"These wind farms mark our entry into two additional states - Kansas and Iowa; Horizon is proud to contribute to the clean energy future in regions with such promising wind resources," says Antonio Martins da Costa, Chairman and CEO of Horizon Wind Energy. "In addition, we are proud to start the commercial operation of our second wind farm in Oregon; we now have more than 200 MW operating in the state and are continuing to research new opportunities with several hundred megawatts under development."

SOURCE: EDP Renovaveis SA


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