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FERC approves CMS Energy's acquisition of 105-MW Ohio wind facility

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on July 27 approved CMS Enterprises Co.'s proposed acquisition of the 105-MW Trishe Wind (Northwest Ohio Wind) facility from a subsidiary of Starwood Energy Group Global LLC.

The under-construction facility in Paulding County, Ohio, is expected to be completed by the fall of 2018. The project is under a 15-year contract to sell its output to General Motors Co.

The applicants are required to notify the commission within 10 days of the consummation of the transaction. (FERC docket EC18-111)

CMS Enterprises is a subsidiary of CMS Energy Corp.