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Construction of Rocky Mountain Power's McFadden Ridge I wind project is under way in Albany County, Wyo., near the towns of McFadden and Rock River. The project consists of 19 GE wind turbines capable of generating a combined 28.5 MW. The project is scheduled for completion late this year.

McFadden Ridge I will be Rocky Mountain Power's seventh wind project brought into service in Wyoming within the past two years.

McFadden Ridge I is located near the company's High Plains wind project, which also is under construction and is scheduled for completion this fall. High Plains will consist of 66 wind turbines in Albany County, capable of generating a combined 99 MW.

SOURCE: Rocky Mountain Power


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