West Virginia gets a $200 million wind farm

West Virginia is getting a 115 MW wind farm

West Virginia’s new wind farm construction is in progress on the $200 million Black Rock Wind project. It comprises of 23 turbines that produce 5 megawatts each on the Grant-Mineral county line, in the northeastern area of the state. Green power energy developer Clearway Energy is building Black Rock Wind, which will give capacity to Toyota and American Electric Power.

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Clearway, which as of now works the Pinnacle Wind Farm in Mineral County, plans to have Block Rock Wind live before the end of the current year.

WVMetroNews reports that Clearway Energy CEO Craig Cornelius says that $52 million of the $200 million will be spent on finance and administrations during the construction process.

Development will make 200 union jobs, and stable situations will be publicized not long from now. Clearway is arranging a pilot project preparing program for laborers who have coal mining or other energy experience.

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