Utility-Scale Development with a Community Focus

Traditional community wind business models have been limited in both the scale of project size and the scope of economic participation by local stakeholders. Tri Global Energy’s proprietary business model, the Wind Force Plan, allowed our early wind projects to achieve utility scale while maintaining an emphasis on local communities. The Wind Force Plan not only allowed and encouraged direct equity participation from landowners and community members in a project’s development phase, the business model also leveraged Tri Global Energy support to incorporate a local partner to manage and drive the project to commercial success.

TGE Wind Projects

 

Wind Force PlanAt Tri Global Energy, we believe the development of clean wind energy should directly benefit the communities that provide the power. Our early business development model provided support and fair compensation to everyone involved with the project -- partners, landowners, stakeholders, and of course, local communities.

This business model allowed Tri Global Energy to become the leading developer of wind projects in Texas and is an example of the innovation and leadership that the company has brought to all facets of project development, investment and deployment.