A Local Spirit Keeps TGE Wind Committed to Developing High-Quality Wind Energy Projects

TGE Wind is committed to making high-quality wind energy projects that are beneficial to the community. TGE Wind projects begin with our proprietary business model, the Wind Force Plan. While every project has unique characteristics, the one common thread is our local partners -- landowners and others in local communities – who take an active role in the project development to support local growth and other economic benefits.

Map of TGE Wind Projects

 
 

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TGE Wind Projects List 

TGE Project Founded Location Nameplate
Capacity
Description
Hale Community Energy 2013 Hale County, TX 1,200 MW News Release
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Blue Cloud Renewable Energy 2013 Bailey & Lamb Counties, TX 366 MW News Release
Bearkat Renewable Energy 2012 Glasscock County, TX 380 MW News Release
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Easter Renewable Energy 2012 Castro County, TX 330 MW News Release
Changing Winds Renewable Energy 2011 Castro County, TX 288 MW News Release
Fluvanna Renewable Energy 2011 Scurry & Borden Counties, TX 380 MW News Release
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South Plains Wind Energy 2011 Floyd County, TX 500 MW News Release
Goodnight Wind Energy 2010 Armstrong County, TX 500 MW News Release
Canyon Wind 2010 Scurry County, TX 600 MW
Cone Renewable Energy 2010 Crosby & Floyd Counties, TX 300 MW
Pleasant Hill Wind Energy 2009 Crosby County, TX 20 MW News Release
Crosby County Wind Farm 2009 Crosby County, TX 150 MW News Release
Fiber Winds Energy 2009 Crosby County, TX 80 MW News Release
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Fluvanna I with Cows

The Fluvanna I Wind Energy Project was developed under Tri Global Energy’s proprietary business model, the Wind Force Plan, which allows local landowners and community investors the opportunity to partner with and have a substantial ownership in the wind project development that leased their land. Community-sponsored wind projects have been shown to create more jobs and greater local economic benefit. Through TGE’s partnerships with the community managers and more than 130 landowners and community investors participating in the Fluvanna project, the company was able to work together to bring about a high level of local support and attention for wind energy. Fluvanna I has a total capacity of 155.4 MW and consists of 74, 2.1-MW Siemens Gamesa wind turbines. The wind farm will deliver green electricity into the Texas Interconnection power grid and supply more than 46,000 homes.