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North Dakota-based utility Basin Electric Power Cooperative has signed two power purchase agreements for the development of two new wind projects with a combined capacity of 278 MW.

Basin Electric says the developer is Santa Barbara, Calif.-based Infinity Wind Power. Infinity will be developing the 106 MW Sunflower Wind Project in Morton County and the 172 MW Antelope Hills Wind Project in Mercer County.

The projects are planned to be operational by the end of 2015, Basin Electric notes.


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