DUKE ENERGY COMPLETES SALE OF WASHINGTON STATE FACILITY
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Duke Energy has completed the sale of its Grays Harbor merchant facility to an affiliate of Invenergy LLC for $21 million plus other contingent considerations.
Announced in January, the sale consists of a partially completed 620-megawatt, combined-cycle generating facility, located in the Satsop Development Park in Grays Harbor County, Wash., that is currently in a construction deferral.
Grays Harbor is the third of three deferred construction projects sold by Duke Energy over the past 12 months. The other projects included the Moapa Energy Facility in Clark County, Nev., sold in October 2004 and the Luna Energy Facility near Deming, N.M., sold in November 2004.
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