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Our products and services differ based on state. Please select your state (or the state you're interested in) from the list to the left.
Why do our products and services differ based on state? Because our business is regulated by state. We have regulated operations in eight Western and Midwestern states. The different regulatory body for each state we serve determines what products and services we deliver in that state.
The force of the wind can be used to generate electricity. Wind blowing over the blades of a wind machine or turbine causes the blades to turn a shaft that runs a generator, which produces electricity.
The fuel is free, and it’s a clean source of electricity, producing no air emissions or waste. When the wind stops blowing, we rely on other types of electricity generation to produce power. We are working to improve wind energy through better forecasting and exploring the potential to store the power in batteries.
To maximize the electricity output of a wind turbine, it must be located in an area with strong, steady winds. Not all geographic locations are suited for wind energy production. We are fortunate to operate in parts of the country where conditions are considered ideal for wind power development.