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Winds of change: Projects in Indiana  

Credit:  By Baylee Pulliam | The Herald Bulletin | December 1, 2012 | heraldbulletin.com ~~

ELWOOD, Ind. – Installed large-scale projects

1. Benton County Wind Farm – Orion Energy Group; 87 turbines, generating 131 megawatts

2. Fowler Ridge Wind Farm – BP, Benton County; 355 turbines, generating 600 megawatts

3. Hoosier Wind Project – EnXco, Benton County; 53 turbines generating 106 megawatts

4. Meadow Lake Wind Farm – Phases I-IV, Horizon Wind Energy, White County; 303 turbines, generating 501.2 megawatts

Installed small-scale projects

5. Union City/Randolph Eastern School Corp. – Performance Services, Randolph County; one turbine, generating 1 megawatt

6. Tippecanoe Valley Schools – Performance Services, Kosciusko County; one turbine, generating 0.9 megawatts

7. Lafayette City Bus Headquarters – Cascade Renewable Energy, Tippecanoe County; one turbine, generating 0.3 megawatts

8. North Newton School Corp. – Performance Services, Newton County; one turbine, generating 0.9 megawatts

9. West Central School Corp. – Performance Services, Pulaski County; one turbine, generating 0.9 megawatts

10. Northwestern School Corp. – Performance Services, Howard County; one turbine, generating 0.9 megawatts

11. Taylor University – ECI Wind and Solar, Upland town and Grant County; one turbine, generating 0.1 megawatts

Projects under construction

12. Wildcat Wind Farm, phase one – E.ON Climate and Renewables, Madison and Tipton counties; projected 125 turbines, generating 200 megawatts

Source:  By Baylee Pulliam | The Herald Bulletin | December 1, 2012 | heraldbulletin.com

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