Leaning Juniper Wind Project

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The Leaning Juniper Wind Project is an electricity generating wind farm facility located in Gilliam County, Oregon, United States with a total generating capacity of 302.3 megawatts.[citation needed] It is owned by PacifiCorp and began operations in 2006. The facility became operational in phase 1 generating a capacity of 101 megawatts.[citation needed] Phase 2a and 2b were later added in 2011 containing 90.3 and 111.0 megawatts respectively.[1][2][3][4] The Jones Canyon Substation was built as part of this project and to support other wind projects in the area.[5]

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Coordinates: 45°36′32″N 120°07′07″W / 45.609024°N 120.118504°W / 45.609024; -120.118504