Axium Purchases 50 Percent Stake in Slate Creek Wind

By Editors of Power Engineering

Axium Infrastructure has purchased a 50 percent stake in the Slate Creek Wind project in Central Kansas.

The 150-MW project was developed by EDF EN North America, which retains a 50 percent stake and provides management services. Kansas City Power & Light purchases the energy via a 20-year agreement.

With this agreement, Axium now owns 227 MW of renewable assets in partnership with EDF in the U.S. and Canada. All of the assets have long-term power purchase agreements.

EDF has developed 8 GW of wind, solar, storage, biomass and biogas projects throughout North America.

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