JOINING
ENEL GREEN POWER

We’re excited to announce that we’re now part of Enel Green Power, a leading owner and operator of renewable energy plants in North America with projects operating and under development in 24 US states and two Canadian provinces. Together Enel Green Power and Tradewind Energy combine the best in renewable project development with the best in engineering and construction and operational excellence, leading to greater speed and efficiency of development.
Go on a Wind Journey
We wouldn't be able to do anything without productive, sustainable, mutually beneficial partnerships with landowners across the country. Join us for an interactive experience to see how our landowner partners help bring our wind projects to life.

Wind Energy

Over the past decade, wind power technology has improved dramatically. Today, it takes fewer turbines to produce more energy. Turbines are also more reliable, making wind-generated electricity an increasingly important part of our nation’s energy mix. At Tradewind Energy, an Enel Green Power Company, we have access to the best equipment, the most experienced professionals and the strongest financial partners.

Solar Energy

Solar energy has become the fastest growing power generation source in the United States, due to a variety of factors including declining costs in manufacturing, installation, service and financing. Utilities in particular are procuring solar power systems as a cost-effective means of adding distributed and central generation at strategic locations across their electrical networks.

Energy Storage

Tradewind Energy, an Enel Green Power Company, has an expanding energy storage portfolio, and currently has over 750 MW of energy storage projects in development. We are constantly evaluating best-in-class energy storage technology providers to implement bankable energy storage solutions that provide maximum value to our partners. In addition, we present flexible contracting structures to meet the needs of our utility and commercial customers.
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