Caithness Development Projects

Caithness Long Island Energy Center
Construction is underway on what will be the cleanest, most energy efficient and water conserving power plant in New York State. The Caithness Long Island Energy Center is scheduled to be online by the summer of 2009 and will provide Long Island with approximately 350-megawatts of clean, reliable, low-cost power.

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Caithness Shepherds Flat
Caithness Shepherds Flat, LLC ("Shepherds"), an affiliate owned by Caithness Energy, LLC was created to develop, finance, construct, own and operate a wind power generation facility with capacity of up to 909 MW located immediately south of the Columbia River in north-central Oregon, on approximately 32,000 acres in Gilliam and Morrow counties.

When completed, Shepherds will be the largest wind facility in Oregon.

Shepherds has secured all land rights, interconnection and transmission rights and material permits (which are non-appealable) required for construction of its three phases. On August 14th, 2008, the Company entered into three long-term power purchase agreements with Southern California Edison.

In conjunction with Caithness Shepherds Flat is Columbia Wind, LLC, an affiliate owned by Caithness Energy, LLC which was created to develop, finance, construct, own and operate a wind power generation facility with capacity of up to 413 MW located immediately south of the Columbia River in north-central Oregon.

Mescalero Ridge
Mescalero Ridge Wind, LLC, an affiliate owned by Caithness Energy, LLC was created to develop, finance, construct, own and operate a wind power generation facility with capacity of up to 800 MW in Chaves County, New Mexico. Permit approval has been obtained for 500 MW and power purchase agreements are being pursued with various parties.

Caithness Blythe II
Caithness Blythe II, LLC, is a special purpose LLC owned by Caithness Energy, LLC for purpose of developing the Blythe Energy Project, Phase II, (BEP II). BEP II is a nominally rated gas fired 520 MW combined cycle power plant located in Blythe, California. The BEP II facility will be located on 76 acres approximately five miles west of the center of the City of Blythe in Riverside County.