NextEra Energy sells four natural gas generating assets to LS Power

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Juno Beach, Fla., November 28, 2011 — NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, the competitive energy unit of NextEra Energy, Inc., completed the sale of its ownership interest in a portfolio of natural gas-fired generating assets to an affiliate of LS Power.

The power plants sold to an affiliate of LS Power are the 507-MW Blythe Energy Center located in Blythe, Calif.; the 668-MW Calhoun Energy Center located in Eastaboga, Ala.; the 98-MW Cherokee Energy Center located in Gaffney, S.C.; and the 879-MW Doswell Energy Center located in Ashland, Va.

A NextEra Energy Resources’ affiliate is operating three of the facilities included in the sale for an initial period of five years and the fourth facility for an initial two-year period under service contracts.

NextEra Energy Resources continues to own and operate a diverse mix of clean generating assets in 23 states and Canada, with a combined capacity of more than 17,072 MW.

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