AEP’s 199 MW Sundance Wind Farm Comes into Operation in Oklahoma
Do you feel it? It’s Oklahoma Wind Power! Sundance is in service and providing PSO customers with #Renewable energy. the @InvenergyLLC project includes 72 @GErenewables turbines. Go to https://t.co/u1loH4RhKX to see how we are powering a greener future for all. pic.twitter.com/XS5ZUfGYiQ
– Public Service Co. (@PSOklahoma) April 14, 2021
“Completing Sundance is an important milestone for AEP and our customers as we continue to build a clean energy future,” said Nicholas K. Akins, President, President and CEO of AEP, by NA Wind Power. “North Central will ensure that we can provide clean, reliable power to our customers in Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma – while saving them approximately $ 3 billion in electricity costs in the region. over the next 30 years. ” “We continue to transform the AEP generation fleet with investments in new wind and solar energy and modernize the grid to support the integration of more renewable resources and new technologies.” GE Renewable Energy, part of the conglomerate General Electric, was chosen as the supplier of the wind turbines used in the three facilities, equipping them with 492 of its 2.X-127s turbines and 39 2.X-116 machines with different nameplates and hub heights.The North project Central Wind is the second western hemisphere onshore project over 1 GW that GE will build continuously, said Tim White, CEO of GE Renewable Energy’s Onshore Wind Americas business.