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GE to supply 250MW Willow Springs project

UNITED STATES: Lincoln Clean Energy has reached financial close on the 250MW Willow Springs wind farm in Haskell County, Texas.

GE will supply the hardware and servicing for the Willow Springs project
GE will supply the hardware and servicing for the Willow Springs project

The $330 million project has secured construction and term financing from Bank of America Merril Lynch (BAML) and Rabobank, together with long-term tax equity from BAML and BHE Renewables.

The project will use 100 GE 2.5-116 turbines. GE has also been contracted to supply a 20-year extended full service agreement.

Lincoln Green Energy, a portfolio company of infrastructure investment multinational 1 Squared Capital, is also constructing the 253MW Amazon Wind Farm Texas.

"Once Willow Springs is complete, GE will have commissioned 1,363MW of wind capacity across six wind farms developed by Lincoln Green Energy over four years," said Pete McCabe, president and CEO of GE’s onshore wind business.

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