Apex has acquired the Novus IV wind energy project located in Hansford County and Sherman County, Texas (the north Texas panhandle).
The project could potentially bring in 360MW of wind energy into Southwest Power Pool market and may begin construction as early as 2017.
President of Apex, Mark Goodwin said, “Novus IV is an excellent project in a strategic location,”
“The Texas and Oklahoma Panhandle region has some of the best wind in the country, and we are pleased to be partnering with Novus Windpower to bring this project through construction and into operations.”
Co-founder of Novus Windpower, Soren Nielsen said, “We are pleased to have concluded this transaction with Apex, which has an excellent track record for developing and completing projects in the Texas/Oklahoma Panhandles,”
“We have always enjoyed strong local support in our development area, and we are excited to be working with Apex to bring this large wind energy project online as well.”
Apex currently has 12 wind energy projects in the state of Texas alone, with around 50 throughout the rest of the United States. According to their website: Apex was the market leader in the United States, with 1,042 megawatts of new wind capacity installations, enough clean energy to supply the population of a city the size of Boston or San Francisco each year for the life of the facilities.