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FERC clears NJR Clean Energy to sell 9.7-MW Mont. wind farm to NorthWestern

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has granted a request by New Jersey Resources Corp. to sell to NorthWestern Corp. the 9.72-MW Two Dot wind farm in Montana.

Under the transaction, NorthWestern will purchase the facility for $18.5 million from New Jersey Resources subsidiary NJR Clean Energy Ventures.

The project consists of six GE 1.62-MW wind turbines and is located approximately 93 miles east of Helena, Mont. NorthWestern purchases the output from the power plant under a long-term power purchase agreement, according to a May 18 filing. (FERC docket EC18-71)