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Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives to build 300-MW wind project in Nebraska

Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives Inc. received a contract worth about $98 million to build the 300-MW Milligan I wind project in Saline County, Neb.

Under the contract, the Indianapolis-based company will provide engineering, construction, turbine installation, and on-site operations and maintenance services for the project, according to an Aug. 6 news release.

Construction is scheduled to begin in September, and the project is expected to come online by November 2020. The project will deliver its output into the Southwest Power Pool's electrical grid.

Milligan I will host a combination of 99 wind turbines delivered by Vestas Wind Systems A/S and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy SA. EDF Renewables North America, a subsidiary of EDF Renewables Inc., is the lead developer on the project.

EDF Renewables is the dedicated renewable energy affiliate of EDF Group.