Skyline Renewables has purchased a 117-megawatt wind portfolio from NJR Clean Energy Ventures (CEV), the clean energy subsidiary of New Jersey Resources.
The U.S. wind farms are located in Iowa, Kansas, Pennsylvania and Wyoming, providing clean renewable energy to major population centers across the country.
With this latest acquisition, Skyline Renewables will grow its wind portfolio to 803 megawatts of controlled capacity since forming the company earlier last year as a partnership between Ardian and Transatlantic Power Holdings.
Skyline Renewables announced its first acquisition of Whirlwind Energy, a 60-megawatt project in NW Texas, in March 2018. In September 2018, it acquired Hackberry Wind Farm, a 166-megawatt farm also in NW Texas, and in October 2018 announced the acquisition of Starwood Energy’s 51 percent interest in the Horse Creek and Electra wind farms, both 230 megawatt projects.