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Grasslands Renewable Energy Announces Development on Wind Spirit Project

Grasslands Renewable Energy has announced certain developments to the company’s Wind Spirit Project based in Montana.

The company has completed letters of intent, which comprise financial payments, with ten developers of wind energy throughout the Northern Plains and Montana for joining the Wind Spirit Project. The ten developers contribute more than 3,000 MW of renewable, clean wind energy which will be supplied to energy consumers.

The President of Grasslands Renewable Energy Carl Borgquist commented that the Wind Spirit Project is likely to generate around 1,000 MW of clean energy.

The wind sources for this project will be harnessed through various local transmission lines and sent to population centers utilizing either high-voltage DC or AC transmission lines. By combining renewable power from various geographic regions with smart grid components and energy storage technologies, the company will create cost-effective, reliable renewable energy.

Recently, a petition was sent to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) by Grasslands Renewable Energy for a declaratory command for approving the Wind Spirit Project. Moreover, the company awaits approval for a 350-MW hydro project from FERC in central Montana.

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