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South Dakota regulators approve 310.1-MW wind project

The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission approved the construction of Deuel Harvest Wind Energy LLC's 310.1-MW wind farm with conditions.

The $400 million Deuel Harvest wind project in Deuel County is expected to include a 345-kV transmission line with an associated 345-kV interconnection substation in Glenwood Township, according to a May 15 news release.

In its application, the Invenergy LLC affiliate noted that the project will provide a local economic boost and help meet growing demand for wind energy.

Deuel Harvest North is expected to be completed in 2020. The project developer has not yet named an offtaker for the project's output. (South Dakota PUC Docket No. EL18-053)