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Oregon Community Wind Farm Provides Green Power for Seattle

January 2012 - The 9-megawatt (MW) PáTu Wind Farm, a local wind farm located in Sherman County, Oregon has signed two long-term power purchase agreements to sell its renewable energy certificates (RECs) to OneEnergy Renewables and Seattle City Light. OneEnergy Renewables, a Seattle-based REC marketer, will purchase PáTu-generated RECs through 2015. Seattle City Light, Seattle's municipal utility, will begin purchasing PáTu RECs in 2016. PáTu Wind Farm consists of six 1.5-MW wind turbines, which began producing renewable wind power in December 2010.

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