Apex sells wind energy from 300 MW wind power project

Renewable energy developer Apex Clean Energy will sell 100 MW of wind power from its Balko wind farm in Oklahoma to Western Farmers Electric Cooperative.

With this agreement Apex has sold all of the wind power capacity from the 300 MW Balko project. The wind power project will enter commercial service in 2015.

In October, Apex said it agreed to sell 200 MW to utility company American Electric Power Co. (AEP) unit Public Service Co. of Oklahoma (PSO).

The wind farm is located in Beaver County in the Oklahoma Panhandle and will generate enough electricity to power more than 110,000 average homes.

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