Invenergy Secures Financing for 207-Megawatt Wind Farm in Texas

Nov. 24 (Bloomberg) — Invenergy LLC, a closely held U.S.
renewable-power developer, arranged an undisclosed amount of
financing for a 207-megawatt wind farm under construction in
Texas.

Morgan Stanley affiliates arranged debt financing,
including construction loans, Chicago-based Invenergy said today
in an e-mailed statement. Invenergy also received tax-equity
commitments from undisclosed institutions. Alissa Krinsky, a
company spokeswoman, declined to comment on the amount received
or financial terms.

The Rattlesnake Wind Energy Center in Glasscock County,
about 40 miles (64 kilometers) southeast of Midland, is expected
to begin producing power in the third quarter of 2015.

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Tina Davis, Will Wade

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