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Breckinridge

 

Where is the project?

Located in Garfield County, Oklahoma, approximately ten miles northeast of Enid and directly north of the town of Breckinridge. The Project is about seven miles south of Tradewind’s completed Chisholm View Wind Project, which commenced operation in December of 2012.

 

What transmission line does the project connect with?

An OG&E owned 138 kV line

 

What is the size of the project?

98 MW

 

What turbines are being used?

GE 1.7 MW

 

How many turbines are being used?

57

 

Landowners and Acreage Involved:

The project area encompasses approximately 10,000 acres and involves around 75 landowners.

 

When did the project begin operating?

December 2015

 

Who purchased the power?

Grand River Dam Authority, a provider of electric power based in Vinita, Oklahoma

 

Who developed the project?

Breckenridge Wind Project, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tradewind Energy, Inc.

 

Who owns the project?

NextEra Energy Resources

 

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Breckinridge

 

Where is the project?

Located in Garfield County, Oklahoma, approximately ten miles northeast of Enid and directly north of the town of Breckinridge. The Project is about seven miles south of Tradewind’s completed Chisholm View Wind Project, which commenced operation in December of 2012.

 

What transmission line does the project connect with?

An OG&E owned 138 kV line

 

What is the size of the project?

98 MW

 

What turbines are being used?

GE 1.7 MW

 

How many turbines are being used?

57

 

Landowners and Acreage Involved:

The project area encompasses approximately 10,000 acres and involves around 75 landowners.

 

When did the project begin operating?

December 2015

 

Who purchased the power?

Grand River Dam Authority, a provider of electric power based in Vinita, Oklahoma

 

Who developed the project?

Breckenridge Wind Project, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tradewind Energy, Inc.

 

Who owns the project?

NextEra Energy Resources

 

For more information about the benefits of our projects, please click here.