Great Bend Wind will provide a reliable, affordable, and sustainable energy source to the regional electric grid and will bring significant long-term investment to the Lincoln County community. This project will preserve and protect the county’s rural, agricultural way of life for current and future generations.

Great Bend Wind will contribute millions of dollars to Lincoln County over the life of the project, benefiting our landowner partners, the Davenport and Reardan School Districts, Lincoln County emergency services, and local infrastructure. The project will employ hundreds of people during construction, and these workers will support local restaurants, hotels, gas stations, and other businesses. Once constructed, the project will support 10 to 15 full-time, local employees.

Our Great Bend Wind team supports Davenport Pioneer Days and continues to seek opportunities to support the community and to be an active local participant. Please reach out to our team about other community events or organizations.

2023 - 2024

  • Finalize landowner partner leases
  • Begin transmission interconnection studies
  • Install meteorological towers for wind studies

2024 - 2026

  • Complete environmental studies
  • Perform engineering studies and design
  • Acquire necessary permits & approvals

~2027

Construction

~2028 and beyond

Commercial operations

Project Facts

  • Equivalent Average Homes Powered Annually: Approximately 100,000
  • Number of Wind Turbines: 50-100
  • Size: Less than 2% land used across a 25,000-acre footprint
  • Output Capacity: Approximately 300 MW
  • Project Fact Sheet:
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About the Company

Triple Oak Power’s mission is to leverage the enormous potential of our natural resources to create integrated, diverse, and sustainable electricity infrastructure. With many decades of combined experience in the renewable energy sector, the Triple Oak team is focused on building value for investors, communities, and landowners through responsibly developed wind and other carbon-free generation projects.

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