Duke Energy Renewable Services has signed five-year service agreements for two wind projects in Kewaunee County, Wis.
The Lincoln Wind Energy Facility is a 9.2 MW project owned by Wisconsin Public Service and consists of 14 Vestas V47 turbines. The Rosiere wind project, owned by Madison Gas and Electric, generates 11.2 MW of power via 17 Vestas V47 turbines. Both projects have been in service since 1999.
‘These contracts are a testimony to our growing footprint as a financially strong, safe and dependable services provider,’ says Greg Wolf, president of Duke Energy Renewables. ‘We are pleased to partner with successful wind power companies who share our commitment to safety, efficiency and environmental stewardship.’
Duke Energy Renewable Services is an organization resulting from Duke Energy's 2012 acquisition of Minnesota-based Outland Energy Services.