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Port of Houston Authority

February 2007 - The Port of Houston Authority has entered into a three-year agreement with Direct Energy for retail electric service that includes 5% wind energy, totaling about 6.5 million kWh. The port is the first announced commercial renewable energy customer for Direct Energy, which has signed long-term agreements to purchase power from three west Texas wind farms: Buffalo Gap, Buffalo Gap 2 and the Sand Bluff Wind Farm.

News Release - Port of Houston Authority Taps Direct Energy for Addition of Renewables to Electricity Supply

News Article - Port of Houston Signs Direct Energy Utility Deal


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