Tyler Bluff Wind


The Tyler Bluff Wind Project is ideally located in Cooke County, Texas where moderate to high wind speeds blow steady across a simple terrain. This combination yields a very favorable wind regime to reliably generate clean electricity.

Procter & Gamble (P&G) will purchase 80% of the Project’s estimated generation in order to power all of its North American Fabric & Homecare plants. Originated by the OwnEnergy team, the Project is expected to achieved commercial operation in December 2016. With this offtake agreement, P&G’s iconic American brands will be “100% produced with wind power.” Directly procuring wind energy demonstrates P&G’s commitment to improving consumer’s lives by reducing their greenhouse gas emissions.

The partnership was announced at the White House October 19, 2015, as P&G became a signatory of the ‘American Business Act on Climate Pledge’. As part of the pledge, P&G agreed to achieve 30 percent renewable energy to power its plants globally by 2020, with a long term vision to use 100 percent renewable energy. This comes on the heels of a September 2015 announcement where P&G committed to reduce absolute greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent by 2020.

To celebrate the scale of the collaboration, P&G Fabric & Home Care and EDF RE constructed a mini-wind farm in Washington DC. The installation, consisting of thousands of spinning pinwheels, was placed on the lawn in front of the Capitol Building.

125.58 MW
December 2016
Date of Operation


Press Release: Procter & Gamble to Make Iconic Brands Including Tide and Dawn with Wind Power
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