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Armadillo Flats Wind Project

Project Type

Wind Energy

Online Date

2018

Location

Enid, Oklahoma

Related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):

The United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are an urgent call for action by countries in global partnership to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity.

 

Project Profile

Armadillo Flats Wind Project

The Oklahoma wind industry continues to steadily grow each year, and remains a leader in North American renewable energy resources. Once a leader in United States’ oil production, Oklahoma now ranks second in the nation for total wind energy generation. Armadillo Flats is a 247.3 MW wind farm located an hour north of Oklahoma City. The wind project is operated by NextEra Energy, and involves agreements from 300 landowners to open up the area to renewable energy production.

All photos courtesy of GE Renewable Energy

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Co-benefits

Environmental

+ Where oil wells once were, wind blades now dominate the landscape. This region of the United States is expanding offshore wind installations, drastically reducing carbon emissions.

Economic

+ The expansion of renewable energy in Oklahoma has enhanced rural economies by offering green job opportunities in the installation and maintenance of wind farms.

 

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