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Wind farms help large companies, universities, utilities, municipalities meet clean energy goals

From corporate buyers to landowners -- we prioritize open, honest communication with all our partners. We set realistic expectations on project timelines and maintain strong communication throughout the development, construction, and operation process.

At ENGIE North America we respect our partners, our communities, and our planet, which underpins the work we do every day. We encourage innovation and go the extra mile, every time, to build bigger, better renewable energy projects.

Our Wind Projects

ENGIE develops, owns, and operates large-scale wind energy projects throughout the North America. Our portfolio includes 9 projects and over 2,000 MW that will be operational by the end of 2020. Our additional 6 GW development pipeline offers opportunities for renewable energy buyers seeking clean power, and our portfolio of projects is constantly growing to help our customers meet their clean energy goals. 

See where our projects operate

Dakota Range III, South Dakota  
Dakota Range III, South Dakota  

Dakota Range III is sited in a rural area where large-scale energy projects bring much needed economic development, including short- and long-term employment as well as tax benefits to the local community. Located in northeastern South Dakota, the project site is surrounded by active agricultural fields. The Project is slated to start construction in Q2 2020. 

  • Location: Grant & Roberts Counties, South Dakota 
  • Status: Under Construction 
  • COD: December 2020 
  • Project MW: 151.2 MW 
  • Customer: Xcel Energy 
East Fork, Kansas  
East Fork, Kansas  

The East Fork project is located in Northwestern Kansas near the City of Colby. It will bring much needed economic development, including short- and long-term employment as well as tax benefits to the local community. Such benefits also include donation agreements with local school districts in the area, and a scholarship fund program with Colby Community College. 

  • Location: Thomas County, Kansas 
  • Status: Operational 
  • COD: April 2020 
  • Project MW: 195.8 MW 
  • Customer: Brown-Forman and Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty 
Jumbo Hill, Texas 
Jumbo Hill, Texas 

Jumbo Hill is located adjacent to the border between New Mexico and Texas in a rural area where large-scale energy projects bring much needed economic development, including short- and long-term employment as well as tax benefits to the local community. The project site is surrounded by large ranch holdings and active oil and gas drilling associated with the Permian Basin 

  • Location: Andrews County, Texas 
  • Status: Operational 
  • COD: March 2020 
  • Project MW: 160 MW 
  • Customer: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty 
King Plains, Oklahoma
King Plains, Oklahoma

King Plains is sited in a rural area where large-scale energy projects bring much needed economic development, including short- and long-term employment as well as tax benefits to the local community. The project location is in North Central Oklahoma near the town of Garber. King Plains is currently in construction and will consist of 88 – GE 2.82 MW wind turbines along with associated access roads, and an underground electrical collection system. 

  • Location: Garfield & Noble Counties, Oklahoma 
  • Status: Under Construction 
  • COD: September 2020 
  • Project MW: 248.2 MW 
  • Customer: Walmart and Bekaert 
Live Oak, Texas 
Live Oak, Texas 

The Live Oak wind project is located near San Angelo, in central Texas. The project is approximately 200 miles northeast of San Antonio and 200 miles east of Austin, and allows for straightforward energy delivery to these load zones. 

  • Location: Schleicher County, Texas 
  • Status: Operational 
  • COD: December 2018 
  • Project MW: 200 MW 
  • Customer: This project provides physical volumes of renewable energy through short-term retail supply contracts to aggregations of small and midsized customers. 
Prairie Hill, Texas 
Prairie Hill, Texas 

The Prairie Hill wind project is situated in a rural area of central Texas, where large-scale energy projects bring needed economic development in the form of employment opportunities, landowner royalty payments and tax benefits to the local communities and school districts. The wind farm will consist of 100- 3.0 MW wind turbines and associated access roads, an underground electrical collection system and a 9-mile overhead 345kV transmission line. 

  • Location: Limestone & McLennan Counties, Texas 
  • Status: Under Construction 
  • COD: December 2020 
  • Project MW: 300 MW 
  • Customer: Walmart 
Seymour Hills, Texas 
Seymour Hills, Texas 

The Seymour Hills wind project is near the City of Seymour in Central Texas, and is approximately 200 miles east of the Dallas-Fort Worth load zone. 

  • Location: Baylor County, Texas 
  • Status: Operational 
  • COD: May 2019 
  • Project MW: 30 MW 
  • Customer: Akamai and Ingersoll Rand 
Solomon Forks, Kansas 
Solomon Forks, Kansas 

The Solomon Forks wind project, in the City of Colby, in eastern Kansas is currently operational with 276 MW. It is adjacent to ENGIE’s 198 MW East Fork wind project, which is also operational. 

  • Location: Thomas County, Kansas 
  • Status: Operational 
  • COD: July 2019
  • Project MW: 276 MW 
  • Customer: Target and T-Mobile 
Triple H, South Dakota 
Triple H, South Dakota 

Triple H is in a rural area where large-scale energy projects bring much needed economic investment. The Project will generate approximately $36 Million in State and Local tax revenue over the project life. The project will commercialize one of the best wind resources in South Dakota. The area is rural and is predominately used for farming. 

  • Location: Hyde County, South Dakota 
  • Status: Under Construction 
  • COD: November 2020 
  • Project MW: 250 MW 
  • Customer: Boston University and Walmart 
Las Lomas, Texas 
Las Lomas, Texas 

The Las Lomas wind project is situated in a rural area of south Texas, where large-scale energy projects bring much needed economic development. The Project location is adjacent to the border between Texas and Mexico. The project site is surrounded by large ranch holdings and active oil and gas drilling operations. The wind farm will consist of 48- 4.2MW wind turbines and associated access roads, an underground electrical collection system and a 5-mile overhead 138kV transmission line. 

  • Location: Starr and Zapata Counties, Texas 
  • Status: Under Construction 
  • COD: December 2020 
  • Project MW: 201.6 MW 
  • Customer: Microsoft 
Ocean Winds (OW)
Ocean Winds (OW)

ENGIE and EDP Renewables launched Ocean Winds (OW) in the U.S, one of the largest “pure” offshore wind development enterprises in the world.  

“OW will be a major element in creating the new clean, sustainable, and prosperous economy that Americans are demanding and OW North America can help to build that future” said OW CEO Spyros Martinis, adding, “OW North America from Day One is in the business of developing and delivering real offshore wind projects.”  

The new company combines the existing and planned offshore wind projects of its parents. OW begins life with 5.5 GW of committed offshore assets: 1.5 GW under construction and 4.0 GW under development, with the target of reaching 5 to 7 GW of projects in operation or under construction and 5 to 10 GW under advanced development by the middle of this decade.

West Cape, Prince Edward Island 
West Cape, Prince Edward Island 

Since 2009, the West Cape wind farm, located in western Prince Edward Island, has been operation with a total capacity of 99MW. The West Cape wind facility consists of two phases with total nameplate capacity of 99 MW. Phase I and II of West Cape operate 11 and 44 Vestas V90 1.8MW – IEC Class II wind turbines with a nameplate capacity of 19.8 MW and 79.2 MW, respectively mounted on tubular towers with a hub height of 80 meters.  

  • Location: West Cape, Prince Edward Island 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 99MW 
  • Transmission: Maritime Electric Company Ltd. Transmission System  
  • Customers: New Brunswick Energy Marketing Corporation, and City of Summerside  
Norway,  Prince Edward Island 
Norway,  Prince Edward Island 

Operational since 2007 and located on Prince Edward Island, the Norway wind facility has a total nameplate capacity of 9 MW. Norway operates 3 Vestas V90 3.0 MW – IEC Class II turbines mounted on tubular towers with a hub height of 80 meters.  

  • Location: Prince Edward Island 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 9.0 MW 
  • Transmission: Maritime Electric Company Ltd. Transmission System  
  • Customer: PEIEC  
Harrow, Ontario
Harrow, Ontario

Located south of Windsor, Ontario, the Harrow wind facility consists of four 9.9 MW sites with a total nameplate capacity of 39.6 MW. Harrow operates 24 Vestas V82 1.65 MW – IEC Class II turbines mounted on tubular towers with a hub height of 80 meters. The site has been operational since May 2010.  

  • Location: Ontario 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 39.6 MW 
  • Transmission: Hydro One Networks Inc. Distribution System  
  • Customer: IESO  
Erieau, Ontario
Erieau, Ontario

Operational since May 2013 and located southeast of Chatham, Ontario, the Erieau wind facility includes 55 interconnected wind turbines with a nameplate capacity of 99 MW. Erieau operates Vestas V90 1.8 MW – IEC Class II turbines mounted on tubular towers with a hub height of 80 meters.  

  • Location: Ontario 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 99 MW 
  • Transmission: Hydro One Networks Inc. Distribution System  
  • Customer: IESO  
AIM SOP, Ontario
AIM SOP, Ontario

Located along the north shore of Lake Erie, the AIM SOP wind facility consists of four separate 9.9 MW projects (Clear Creek, Cultus, Frogmore, and Mohawk Point) with a total nameplate capacity of 39.6 MW. AIM SOP operates 24 Vestas V82 1.65 MW – IEC Class II turbines mounted on tubular towers with a hub height of 80 meters. The AIM SOP wind facility achieved commercial operation in 2008.  

  • Location: Ontario 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 39.6 MW 
  • Transmission: Hydro One Networks Inc. Distribution System  
  • Customer: IESO  
East Lake St. Clair, Ontario
East Lake St. Clair, Ontario

Located south of Sarnia, Ontario along the eastern shoreline of Lake St. Clair, the East Lake St. Clair wind facility includes 55 interconnected wind turbines with a nameplate capacity of 99 MW. East Lake St. Clair will operate Vestas V90 1.8 MW – IEC Class II turbines mounted on tubular towers with a hub height of 80 meters. The East Lake St. Clair wind facility achieved commercial operation in May 2013.  

  • Location: Ontario 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 99 MW  
  • Transmission: Hydro One Networks Inc. Transmission System  
  • Customer: IESO  
Cape Scott, BC
Cape Scott, BC

Located on the northern tip of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, the Cape Scott wind facility will have a total nameplate capacity of 99 MW. Cape Scott will operate 55 Vestas V100 1.8 MW – IEC Class IIIa-II turbines mounted on tubular towers with a hub height of 80 meters. The Cape Scott wind facility achieved commercial operation in November 2013.  

  • Location: British Columbia 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 99 MW  
  • Transmission: BC Hydro Transmission System  
  • Customer: BC Hydro  
Plateau, Ontario
Plateau, Ontario

Located northwest of Toronto, the Plateau wind facility consists of two sites, designated as Phase I & II with a nameplate capacity of 18.0 MW and the other designated as Plateau III with nameplate capacity of 9.0 MW. Plateau operates 18 GE XLE 1.5 MW turbines mounted on tubular towers with a hub height of 80 meters. The Plateau wind facility achieved commercial operation in 2012.  

  • Location: Ontario 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 27 MW 
  • Transmission: Hydro One Networks Inc. Distribution System  
  • Customer: IESO 
Pointe-Aux-Roches, Ontario
Pointe-Aux-Roches, Ontario

Located east of Windsor, Ontario, the Pointe-Aux-Roches wind facility includes 27 interconnected wind turbines with a nameplate capacity of 48.6 MW. Pointe- Aux-Roches operates Vestas V90 1.8 MW – IEC Class II turbines mounted on tubular towers with a hub height of 80 meters. The Pointe-Aux-Roches wind facility achieved commercial operation in December 2011.  

  • Location: Ontario 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 48.6 MW 
  • Transmission: Hydro One Networks Inc. Transmission System  
  • Customer: IESO 
Caribou, NB
Caribou, NB

Located on Crown Land in the Northern Inland region of New Brunswick, west of Bathurst, New Brunswick, the Caribou wind facility has a total nameplate capacity of 99 MW. Caribou came online in November 2009 and operates 33 Vestas V90 3.0 MW – IEC Class II turbines mounted on tubular towers with a hub height of 80 meters.  

  • Location: New Brunswick 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 99 MW 
  • Transmission: New Brunswick Power Generation Corp. Transmission System  
  • Customer: New Brunswick Power Generation Corp.  

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