Crow Lake Wind is the largest wind project in the US owned entirely by a cooperative, located east of Chamberlain, South Dakota.
Crow Lake Wind project counts 108 turbines (General Electric 1.5 MW turbines), 107 of which are operated and owned by Basin Electric and one by South Dakota’s Mitchell Technical Institute (MTI). This is the first of its kind project as its turbines are used to educate students, future wind technicians, giving them the opportunity to learn the skills necessary for their careers.
By investing in this project, you are taking responsibility for your carbon emissions while supporting a renewable energy source that is also used for education.
Each one metric ton of purchase will offset 2,200 pounds of CO2.
Verified Carbon Standard Project ID 756.
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