Blue Canyon Wind Farm
Blue Canyon Wind Farm is currently the largest wind farm in Oklahoma, and is built on the Slick Hills in the southwestern part of the state. Blue Canyon’s four phases total 423.5 MW — enough to power nearly 140,000 average American homes with clean energy every year.
Rail Splitter Wind Farm
Constructed in 2009, Rail Splitter is named in honor of “The Rail Splitter Candidate,” President Abraham Lincoln. The 100MW, single-phase wind farm produces enough energy to power 27,000 average American homes with clean energy every year.
Meadow Lake Wind Farm
The four phases of the Meadow Lake Wind Farm represent an installed capacity of 501 MW, making it one of the largest wind farms in the United States. Located in northwest Indiana, Meadow Lake produces enough energy to power 148,500 average American homes with clean energy every year.