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Nevada Wind Project to Serve DOE Loads

January 2001 - A new wind power project to be developed at the Nevada Test Site will supply green power to Nevada-based operations of the U.S. Department of Energy and help meet a national department-wide goal of obtaining 3% of the agency's power needs from green power by 2005. Additional amounts of wind energy will be sold into the regional power market.

Current plans are for 85 MW of wind energy capacity to be operational by the end of 2001 with a total build-out of 260 MW planned for the site, which is located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas.

News Release - Secretary Richardson Signs Agreement to Build 2nd Largest Wind Energy Project in the United States

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