Company proposing big infusion of wind, solar energy for LI

October 24, 2016

A Chicago green-energy developer is proposing the largest infusion of renewable power yet for Long Island, a mix of wind and solar sources in disparate locations as far away as North Carolina and West Virginia... 

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‘Clean Energy Link’ Aims To Put N.Y.’s Renewables Plan Into Action

October 24, 2016

Chicago-based Invenergy has announced plans to develop a 700 MW-plus portfolio of wind and solar farms designed to deliver renewable energy to Long Island, N.Y.

Collectively called the Clean Energy Link, the proposed project will consist of four new wind farms totaling 478 MW and two new solar farms totaling 223 MW. They will be located within the 12-state PJM regional power market... 

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Invenergy Announces Proposal for Long Island’s Largest Renewable Energy Project

October 24, 2016

Huntington, NY – Invenergy, the nation’s leading independent developer of renewable energy projects, today announced the largest renewable project ever proposed for Long Island. The project, Clean Energy Link, consists of four new wind and two new solar farms located within the 12-state PJM regional power market, with a combined capacity exceeding 700 megawatts... 

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