Rock Falls Wind


The 154 MW Rock Falls Wind Project, located in Kay and Grant Counties in northern Oklahoma, consists of Siemens wind turbines manufactured in their Iowa-based facilities. The project became operational in December 2017.   120 MW of the 154 MW renewable energy produced will provide Kimberly-Clark with equivalent power equal to a significant portion of the electricity needs of its North American manufacturing operations.

Rock Falls marks EDF RE’s second project in Oklahoma.  In 2016, the Company completed the Great Western Wind Project which supplies Google with its output of electricity. And in June of 2018, EDF Renewables announced the signing of Purchase and Sale Agreements (PSA) by which PGGM Infrastructure Fund will acquire a 50% ownership interest in Rock Falls Wind.

154 MW
Dec 2017
Date of Operation


EDF Renewables and PGGM Sign Agreements on Wind and Solar Projects in the United States
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EDF Renewables and Kimberly-Clark Announce Commercial Operation at Rock Falls Wind Project
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EDF Renewables Signs Agreement with Kimberly-Clark Corporation to Supply 120 Megawatts of Wind Energy
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