Chisholm View II



Where is the project?

The Chisholm View Wind Project II is located in north-central Oklahoma approximately 8 miles northeast of Enid. The project area is located in both Garfield and Grant Counties.

What transmission line does the project connect with?

The project interconnects at the Hunter 345kV Substation owned and operated by OG&E and located directly south of the project substation.

What is the size of the project?

64.8 MW

What turbines are being used?

GE 2.4MW-107

Landowners and Acreage Involved:

Chisholm View Wind II Project encompasses over 6,000 acres.

When did the project start operating?

The Project began operating in December 2016.

Who is buying the power?

The power to be produced by the Chisholm View Wind Project II has been purchased by the Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation under a long-term Power Purchase Agreement.

Who developed the project?

Tradewind Energy, Inc.

Who owns the project?

The Project is owned and operated by Enel Green Power North America, Inc.

Key Project Attributes:

  • The Chisholm View Wind Project II will economically contribute to the local community via property taxes and long-term rent payments to landowners hosting the turbines and associated facilities.
  • The 64.8 MW Chisholm View II Project will produce enough power for approximately 26,000 Oklahoma homes and will use no water to produce its power.
  • The project takes only approximately 1.5 percent of land out of farm or ranch production total to build, including all land for roads, turbine foundations, and maintenance buildings.
  • The project is expected to have no material effect on Threatened and Endangered species of birds or other wildlife based on third party studies commissioned by Tradewind Energy.
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