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EDP Renewables and NIPSCO Foray into Long-Term Agreement for 198 MW Carpenter Wind Farm in Indiana

Carpenter Wind Farm is situated outside of the town of Remington in the northwestern region of Indiana, is expected to be operational in 2025 and will power around 53,000 Hoosier homes each year.

June 20, 2023. By Nivedita Ojha

EDP Renewables SA (EDPR), through its completely owned subsidiary EDP Renewables North America LLC and Northern Indiana Public Service Company, LLC (NIPSCO), a subsidiary of NiSource Inc., have inked a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) for the 198 MW Carpenter Wind Farm in Jasper County, Indiana.

Carpenter Wind Farm is situated outside of the town of Remington in the northwestern region of Indiana, is expected to be operational in 2025 and will power around 53,000 Hoosier homes each year.

This contract underlines NIPSCO and EDP Renewables’ fifth renewable energy project to cater to Indiana, totaling over 1,000 MW of clean energy production in the Hoosier State.

EDPR NA and NIPSCO have collaborated to strive four other renewable energy projects to Indiana, comprising the 102-MW Rosewater Wind Farm and the 302-MW Indiana Crossroads I Wind Farm which are run by NIPSCO; the 200-MW Indiana Crossroads Solar Park, which is presently under construction and will run by NIPSCO; and the 204-MW Indiana Crossroads II Wind Farm, which is presently under construction and will run by EDPR NA.

Sandhya Ganapathy, CEO of EDP Renewables North America, added, “EDP Renewables has long been a responsible renewable energy developer and operator in Indiana, and we are pleased to expand our partnership with NIPSCO to bring more investment to the state. Together, we are leading the acceleration of the energy transition within the state and throughout the country”.

Mike Hooper, President of NIPSCO, stated, “NIPSCO is pleased to work with EDPR on another purchase power agreement”.

EDP Renewables is a manufacturer of wind and solar energy and is available in 28 markets in Europe, North America, South America, and Asia-Pacific. The company is based in Madrid and leading regional offices in Houston, São Paulo, and Singapore.

NIPSCO’s electric generation transition toward sustainable sources is steered by real-world data and economics obtained from Indiana’s Integrated Resource Plan process and the next requests for proposals.
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