Our Corriedale wind energy project provides affordable, sustainable energy solutions for subscribers of our Renewable Ready program.
About the Corriedale Wind Energy Project
- The $79 million Corriedale wind energy project was constructed and placed into service in 2020.
- Located just six miles from Cheyenne, Wyoming, on the historic King Ranch, the Corriedale facility has a generating capacity of 52.5 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy and is comprised of 21, 2.5 MW capacity wind turbines.
- All components of the wind turbines were supplied by GE Renewable Energy, including the tower assembly, nacelle, and turbine blades.
- Corriedale is jointly owned by Black Hills Energy’s electric utilities in South Dakota and Wyoming.
Go behind the scenes with Black Hills Energy as we celebrate the grand opening of our newest wind facility, the Corriedale Wind Energy Project, constructed and placed into service in late 2020. We invite you to follow along on this journey as we watch the 52.5-megawatt wind project come to life on the historic King Ranch, located just west of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Hear from our team of experts about how Black Hills Energy is delivering on our commitment to provide clean energy and creative solutions to our customers through our innovative Renewable Ready program. Learn about the local economic impact of the project and the steps we’re taking to protect birds and wildlife through our Avian Protection Plans and comprehensive monitoring programs.