Duke Energy Plans 5,000 Megawatts Of Wind Power For Wyoming

Duke Energy has plants to generate 5,000 megawatts of electricity from wind projects located primarily in the West, Southwest and Midwest. As an early entry, Duke is putting 14 turbines on a ridge along Happy Jack Road west of Cheyenne, Wyoming, to provide 30 megawatts of wind-generated electricity to the Cheyenne area. Via:Wyoming Business Report, Duke Energy rides winds of change in Wyoming Image credit:PhotoBucket,Happy Jack, Happy Jack Road/Wyoming Highway 210More About Duke
Residential Carbon Offset Program Introduced by Duke Energy ...
Duke Energy Announces 20 Megawatt Solar Power Project in North ...
Duke Energy Expands Wind Portfolio With Purchase of Catamount ..
Duke Energy CEO On Transition To Low Carbon Economy

And Wyoming
Oh..Great - Our Access To Coal Is Only Limited By Imagination ...
Underground Coal Gasification: Another Head of the Clean Coal ...
2000 Megawatt Wyoming Wind Farm to Produce Power for Southern ...

Tags: Coal | Wind Power

WHAT'S HOT ON FACEBOOK