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Oklahoma Windfarm Faces Setback from Judge
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SUGAR LAND--February 14, 2018--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--The 2,000-megawatt (MW) Wind Catcher windfarm being developed in Oklahoma faced a setback this week when an Oklahoma judge said American Electric Power Company Incorporated (NYSE:AEP) (AEP) (Columbus, Ohio) failed to prove that customers should pay for the project. Passing the costs along to ratepayers on the $4.5 billion project was part of AEP's plans to fund the project and have it completed in a timely manner.
Within this article: Details of AEP's Wind Catcher and windfarm and its plans to increase renewable energy generation
Other companies featured: General Electric (NYSE:GE)
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