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FERC clears tax equity deal for Enel wind farm in Kansas

FERC approved the proposed tax equity deal for Enel Kansas LLC's 200-MW Cimarron Bend wind project in Clark County, Kan.

In a Dec. 15 order, the commission cleared JPM Capital Corp., BAL Investment & Advisory Inc., MetLife Capital LP and Wells Fargo Wind Holdings LLC's proposal to invest in the wind facility. The plant's output will be sold to Google Inc. subsidiary Google Energy under a 15-year contract.

Enel Kansas is a subsidiary of Enel Green Power North America and is ultimately owned by Enel SpA. (FERC docket EC17-15)