Pattern Energy signs O&M agreement with Duke Energy Renewable Services

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Duke Energy Renewable Services signed a long-term agreement to service Pattern Energy Group Inc.'s 283 MW Gulf Wind energy project in Armstrong, Texas.

Duke Energy Renewable Services will supply operations and maintenance services for three years, beginning in November, with an option for a two-year extension. Duke Energy Renewable Services has also provided service and maintenance work at Pattern Energy's Hatchet Ridge wind site in Burney, Calif., since 2012.

The fully operational wind power project is comprised of 118 2.4 MW Mitsubishi MWT95 turbines and sits on 9,600 acres. The project began operations in 2009.

Duke Energy Renewable Services, an organization resulting from Duke Energy's 2012 acquisition of Minnesota-based Outland Energy Services, has deep experience operating wind assets and increasing customer's energy yield during times of high electricity demand.

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