Arkansas PSC approves Wind Catcher Energy Connection project

The Arkansas Public Service Commission (PSC) has given its approval for the 2 GW Wind Catcher Energy Connection project, being jointly developed by American Electric Power’s (AEP) subsidiaries – Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSCO) and Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO), with Invenergy. SWEPCO had filed an application with the Arkansas PSC in July 2017.

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Wind Catcher Connection Project, US

The USD4.5 billion project entails the development of the Wind Catcher generation facility, located in the Oklahoma panhandle; 350 miles (565 km) of a 765 kV single-circuit power line between Guymon and Tulsa, Oklahoma; and two new substations, one at the wind facility and one near Tulsa.

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SWEPCO files application with PSC for Wind Catcher Energy Connection

Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) – a subsidiary of American Electric Power (AEP) – has filed a joint application, along with the staff of Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC), Arkansas attorney general and Walmart Inc., to the APSC for its Wind Catcher Energy Connection project.

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