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Seattle-based Summit Power Group has announced commercial operation of its 17.6 MW Fire Island Wind Project, located in Anchorage, Alaska.

Jointly developed by Cook Inlet Region Inc. (CIRI) and Summit Power, the project comprises 11 turbines and is owned and operated by Fire Island Wind LLC (FIW), a wholly owned subsidiary of CIRI. Chugach Electric Association, the largest electric utility in Alaska, will purchase the wind farm's power.




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