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Two new projects for your consideration

We present to your our latest projects for public review.

The Red Hills Wind Farm, located in Elk City, Oklahoma, has 82 turbines, with a total capacity of 123 megawatts — enough electricity to power 40,000 homes. The project is the fourth wind farm to be developed in the U.S. by ACCIONA Energy, a global energy company headquartered in Spain.

Please check out the Red Hills project information report and send any comments or questions to . The comment period will close on September 11, 2009.

The second project is a landfill gas capture system at the City of Charleston Landfill in Charleston, West Virginia. The system will begin capturing methane in the fall of 2009 and destroying it via a flare, preventing this powerful greenhouse gas from entering the atmosphere. Starting in early 2010, engines will use the captured landfill gas to generate 2 megawatts of renewable energy. In 2011, a third megawatt of generation capacity will be added.

Please check out the Charleston project information report and send any comments or questions to . The comment period will close on September 11, 2009.

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