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Tradewind joins Kansas Land Trust for Easement Dedication Ceremony

October 18, 2016

On Friday, Tradewind Energy was pleased to join Kansas Land Trust for an easement dedication ceremony of one of the conservation easements put in place by the Caney River Native Environment Conservation Plan.  This easement was one of the two easements funded by the Caney River Wind Project’s Native Environment Conservation Plan on land owned…

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Tradewind partners with Google and Kansas City Board of Public Utilities in company’s largest project

April 12, 2016

Friday was an important day for Tradewind Energy and for wind energy development in Kansas. The Tradewind Energy team was proud to join Governor Brownback, Enel Green Power North America, Inc. (EGP-NA), Google and the Kansas City BPU in announcing the Cimarron Bend wind project in Clark County, KS.   With a total installed capacity…

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Tradewind Energy and KCP&L Reach Agreement

April 7, 2016

TRADEWIND ENERGY AND KCP&L REACH AGREEMENT TO PRODUCE WIND ENERGY IN MISSOURI   The Rock Creek Wind Project in Atchison County will produce the equivalent amount of energy annually as is consumed by 100,000 typical U.S. homes. Lenexa, Kan. (April 7, 2016) –Tradewind Energy, Inc., one of the largest independent wind and solar project development companies…

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Another Tradewind-Developed Project Moving Forward

January 20, 2016

Enel Green Power North America Inc. has started construction on a 108-megawatt wind farm in Grady County, bringing to seven the number of projects the company has in Oklahoma. Enel’s Drift Sand project is expected to be finished by the end of the year. The electricity will go to Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp. under a…

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108MW in Oklahoma takes shape

July 7, 2015

US developer Tradewind Energy plans to build a 108MW wind farm in southwest Oklahoma. The Drift Sands scheme will be located in Grady County, about 60 miles southwest of Oklahoma City. The project area encompasses 10,000 acres of private land under lease from around 25 landowners. Tradewind expects Drift Sands to be in service by…

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