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We’re repowering America, reigniting local economies, and reinvesting in a sustainable future. We develop, construct, and operate renewable energy projects throughout the United States. Learn how we’re helping to create a clean, fair and affordable energy future for all.

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On October 27, 2021, as part of the first-ever American Clean Power Week, National Grid Renewables hosted a Celebration Event at the Noble Solar and Storage Project in Texas.

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We’re under construction on the 200 MW Prairie Wolf Solar Project in Coles County, Illinois. Prairie Wolf is poised to generate millions in tax revenue, landowner income and charitable initiatives, all while adding more clean energy to the electric grid.

Listen to the Science Museum of Minnesota discuss how wind and solar can help repower communities with clean, economically beneficial energy.
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Hear directly from residents who live in communities that host wind and solar projects speak – and how renewable energy revitalizes communities through economic and charitable benefits.

National Grid Renewables: Our Business and Values

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Our Projects

National Grid Renewables has a portfolio of wind, solar, and storage projects in development, construction, and operation throughout the United States.

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Our team of experts are located throughout multiple states in the regions where we develop, construct, and operate projects.

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Local government representatives and officials discuss the benefits of contracting for renewable energy and hosting renewable energy projects in their communities.
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Hear directly from community members and landowners about why they choose to work with National Grid Renewables, formerly known as Geronimo Energy, and what makes their experience working with National Grid Renewables unique and mutually beneficial.

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The green energy and sustainability benefits that wind energy projects provide aren’t the only positive impacts wind farms offer. Listen to community members in the Crocker Wind Farm in Clark County, South Dakota speak about the Crocker Community Fund, a charitable fund that supports local organizations and neighbors.

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On August 13, 2019, National Grid Renewables, formerly known as Geronimo Energy, hosted a celebration event for the Crocker Wind Farm, a wind energy project located in Clark County, South Dakota. Community members, landowners and project partners were all in attendance.

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In this candid interview, hear what St. John’s University says about working with our company and how they’re incorporating renewable energy procurement into their overall sustainability and education goals.

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Community members, business owners and local officials in a previous wind development describe the positive economic impacts the project has brought to their community, including new tax revenue for infrastructure and schools, job creation and an influx of spending at local businesses.

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National Grid Renewables’ (formerly known as Geronimo Energy) customer, Prinsco Inc., discusses how its contract for solar energy helped the company save on energy costs and facilitate investment in other parts of their business.

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National Grid Renewables (formerly known as Geronimo Energy) customer, Cargill, talks about its first Virtual Power Purchase Agreement (VPPA) at the Crocker Wind Farm in South Dakota as one way it is achieving its sustainability goals.

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