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FERC approves ArcLight deal for interests in 2 wind farms

FERC on Dec. 9 authorized ArcLight Capital Partners LLC's purchase of the non-managing interests in the 50-MW Kumeyaay Wind and the 50-MW Mendota Hills wind facilities.

ArcLight will acquire the indirect interests in the wind farms through its portfolio company Leeward Renewable Energy LLC, which owns the managing interests in the projects. The deal, which is expected to close this December will make ArcLight the sole owner of the two wind facilities.

The Kumeyaay wind farm in San Diego County supplies electricity to Sempra Energy subsidiary San Diego Gas & Electric Co. under a contract expiring Dec. 24, 2025. The Mendota wind farm in Compton and Lee counties, Ill., sells its output into the PJM Interconnection LLC market on a merchant basis. (FERC docket EC17-27)