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Invenergy Wind LLC, a Chicago-headquartered affiliate of Invenergy LLC, has received approval from the Court of Appeals of Wisconsin of the certificate of public convenience and necessity for its Forward Energy Center, located in Dodge and Fond du Lac counties, Wisconsin.

"The WPSC process was extremely thorough and comprehensive, and we are very excited about construction of our first wind energy project in Wisconsin moving ahead," says Kevin Smith, senior vice president of Invenergy.

Wind power generated by the Forward project will be sold via contract to several Wisconsin utilities, Invenergy adds.


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