Powering Change

WIND

RES Americas is an established leader in the North American wind industry. We have been active in the U.S. since 1997, and we developed and constructed our first project, the 60 megawatt Cameron Ridge wind farm, in Tehachapi, California in 1999. In 2001, we co-developed and constructed the 278 megawatt King Mountain Wind Ranch, the largest wind project in the world at the time.

RES Americas has developed and/or constructed more than 7,000 megawatts of renewable energy projects, which represents approximately 10% of the operating wind farms in the U.S.

Our in-house expertise ranges from resource analysis, development, site design, engineering, procurement, and construction, through to operations. RES Americas builds wind projects we have self-developed, but we also offer third-party EPC and BOP construction services, as well as third-party development services.

Visit the Portfolio section of our website to view a list of the wind projects RES Americas has constructed. To learn more about wind energy, please visit the Resources section of our website.

 

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Ainsworth, 59 MW Talbot, 99 MW Hopkins Ridge, 149 MW Wild Horse, 229 MW