Windstream Enters Five-Year Contract With Retail Electric Provider For Texas Facilities
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Windstream, a privately held communications and software company, today announced a retail renewable energy agreement with ENGIE Resources, a subsidiary of ENGIE North America.
The five-year contract extends through 2026 under which Windstream will purchase electricity and Renewable Energy Credits from ENGIE’s Live Oak wind project in Texas.
This renewable energy purchase matches 100% of Windstream’s forecasted electricity consumption at more than 400 Texas locations.
Insight Sourcing Group’s Energy practice served as advisor on the agreement
ENGIE North America is the developer, owner (in partnership with an affiliate of John Laing Group plc), and operator of the Live Oak wind project. Live Oak is a 200 MW project that is located near San Angelo, Texas.