Ashtabula Wind Farm

Barnes County, North Dakota

The Ashtabula Wind I, II and III Energy Center is the largest wind farm in North Dakota, US. The wind farm has a total of 250 turbines supplied by GE. The turbines are 260ft in height (from the ground to the centre of the hub), with 120ft-long blades and a rotor diameter of 82.5m. The cut-in wind speed is 8mph and cut-out wind speed is 56mph.

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Leaning Juniper I Wind

Arlington, Oregon

Leaning Juniper 1, a 100.5-Megawatt (MW) project near Arlington, Oregon, began operations in September 2006. This project has sixty-seven 1.5-MW turbines.

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Lime Wind Farm

Huntington, Oregon

Lime Wind Farm is a family owned, 3-Megawatt community wind project located in the eastern Oregon town of Huntington, just southeast of La Grande on the Snake River. With Hells Canyon and the Idaho border to the east, Lime Wind Farm is one of the first locally-owned megawatt wind farms in Oregon.

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Milo Wind Farm

Roosevelt County, New Mexico

Located in Roosevelt County, New Mexico, the Milo Wind Project includes 25 turbines that provide enough electricity for approximately 27,400 homes. This prevents about 150,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions annually.

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Mt Home Solar

Elmore County, Idaho

Located near Mountain Home in Elmore County, ID, the Mt. Home 1 Solar project has a nameplate capacity of 20 MW.

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Nine Canyon Wind

Kennewick, Washington

Located on a dry-land wheat farm owned by two families near Kennewick, this 95.9-MW, 75-acre project was built in three phases and is now comprised of sixty-three turbines (forty-nine 1.3-MW and 14 2.3-MW).

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South Plains Wind Farm

Floyd County, Texas

Located in Floyd County, TX the South Plains Wind Farm consists of 91 Vestas 2 MW V117 wind turbines and has a total capacity of 200 MW.

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White Creek Wind

Goldendale, Washington

White Creek Wind Project is the largest public power-initiated wind project in the United States. It is located in the Columbia River Gorge on 9,500 acres of ranchland, 21 miles east of Goldendale, Washington. Total installed capacity is 204.7-Megawatts (MW). With a one-third capacity factor, the projected annual output is 68 average MW. The project will power an estimated 38,000 homes or about 427 homes per turbine.

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