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Triple H wind project in South Dakota

Overview
Overview

Triple H is sited in a rural area where large-scale energy projects bring much needed economic support. It will generate approximately $36 Million in State and local tax revenue over its lifetime. Triple H commercializes one of the best wind resources in South Dakota. The project area is predominately used for farming.

  • Location: Hyde County, South Dakota
  • Status: Operational
  • COD: November 2020
  • Project MW: 250 MW
  • Customer: Boston University and Walmart
Project Details
Project Details

Real Estate

  • 100% participation from landowners required to build the project
  • Over 35,000 acres signed
  • Primarily agricultural land use with low-density residences; compatible with the operation of a wind energy project.

Interconnection

  • Entered interconnection process in March 2016
  • POI: Tap of Basin Leland Olds – Fort Thompson 345 kV
  • GIA expected to be executed in Q1 2019
Environment and Permitting
Environment and Permitting

Environment

  • Full wildlife site characterization studies completed per S. Fish & Wildlife Land-Based Wind Energy Guidelines
  • FAA Determinations of No Hazard received for current layout
  • No significant biological constraints identified

Permitting

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