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Crocker Wind Farm

200 MW

The Crocker Wind Farm is an operational 200 megawatt (MW) wind project located in Clark County, South Dakota. Crocker has Virtual Power Purchase Agreements (VPPA) with Walmart and Cargill and is located in the SPP market.

Project Benefits

Crocker Wind Farm
$83 million in direct economic impact over first 20 years of operation
Crocker Wind Farm
$36 million in new tax revenue over first 20 years of operation
Crocker Wind Farm
$800,000 in charitable giving during first 20 years of operation
Crocker Wind Farm
175 construction and operation jobs
Crocker Wind Farm
12 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions offset over 20 years
Crocker Wind Farm
92,000 the equivalent number of cars removed from the road for one year

*Environmental benefits calculated using the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) greenhouse gas equivalencies calculator. Environmental benefits are singular, not additive. Economic benefits calculated based on National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) JEDI Model, National Grid Renewables models, and current tax law for renewable energy facilities. Economic benefits represent estimated total impact over the first 20 years of operation. All project production, benefits, and amounts are estimates and not guaranteed. Information presented is subject to change.

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