Great Western Wind


The 225 MW Great Western Wind Project serves Google’s data center from its location in Woodward and Ellis counties near the Oklahoma panhandle. It is meant to help Google work toward its goal of powering all of its operations with clean energy—the addition of Great Western Wind brings the company’s renewable portfolio to almost 2.6 GW.

Project construction started during the first quarter of 2016 and was completed in December. The project consists of 30 3.3-MW and 63 2.2-MW wind turbines. In June EDF Renewables announced Alliant Energy Corporation (Alliant Energy) (NYSE: LNT) will acquire a 50% ownership interest in the project.

225 MW
Dec 2016
Date of Operation


EDF Renewables Signs Agreement to Supply Google with 201 Megawatts of Wind Power
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EDF Renewables Announces Commercial Operation at Great Western Wind Project
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EDF Renewables Signs Agreement to Sell 50% of Great Western Wind Project to Alliant Energy
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