About the Project
The proposed Cape Vincent Wind Farm could generate approximately 200 – 285 megawatts (MW) of renewable power and is owned and will be operated 100 percent by BP Wind Energy. When operational, the wind farm will provide enough renewable electricity to power over 60,000 average American homes. This would require BP to invest in excess of $300 million.
About this Website
This website will provide all interested parties with information on the proposed Cape Vincent Wind Farm, the Article 10 permitting process and how interested parties can participate. The site includes contact information for the Applicant, the New York Department of Public Service Article 10 Public Information Coordinator, Project-specific information and schedules of dates, times, and locations for Project outreach events.
About BP Wind Energy
BP Wind Energy is the owner and operator of wind power facilities in the U.S. with interests in 16 wind farms in California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Pennsylvania, South Dakota and Texas. BP has a gross generating capacity of 1,955 megawatts (MW) – enough electricity to power over 586,000 average American homes. We have three wind farms in construction in the U.S. that will add over 630 additional MW to its operating wind energy portfolio by the end of this year, and more than 2,000 MW in an advanced stage of development in states ranging from the east to the west coast.
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