New Wind Farm To Operate By Year's End
Evanston, WY – Wyoming's largest wind farm is scheduled to go into operation by year's end. Construction of the 150 million dollar project in Uinta county northeast of Evanston wrapped up on time and under budget. F-P-L Energy spokesman Steve Stengel says crews have been busy testing the facility in recent days. The Florida-based utility will operate the wind farm. Two years in the works, the wind farm is the third and largest in Wyoming. Its turbines are capable of powering 43 thousand homes.