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EDF Renewable brings online 154-MW Okla. wind farm

EDF Renewable Energy has started commercial operation at the 154-MW Rock Falls wind farm in Kay and Grant counties, Okla., according to a Dec. 14 release.

Kimberly-Clark Corp., the maker of personal hygiene products such as Kleenex tissues and Huggies diapers, will buy 120 MW of electricity from the project under a power purchase agreement with the EDF Group subsidiary. EDF Renewable will provide balance-of-plant operations and maintenance for the facility.

Rock Falls is EDF Renewable Energy's second wind project in Oklahoma after the 225-MW Great Western wind facility in Woodward County, which sells power to Google Inc.