Tulsa World: Wind energy project long time coming, long ways to go (read article)

Energy for Generations (E4G) is a team made up of seasoned professionals focused on one task: developing a large-scale state-of-the-art wind power project intended to export low-cost renewable energy.

E4G's founders have decades of practical knowledge working in energy and agriculture which, combined with a demonstrated record of real world experience, is designed to create an independent and sustainable future. learn more >

E4G Flagship Project

Energy for Generations has developed a flagship project at the center of one of the best wind resources in the nation. The 92 square mile project site was selected through a rigorous process of determining which portion of this wind hotspot would have the least environmental impact. When fully built out, the project’s capacity could exceed 900 megawatts. E4G has garnered local community support. The project has been under development since 2008 and is targeting construction for 2018.

This photo simulation (click the photo or here for larger version) is a representation of the "before and after" view of the proposed project when built. The site is intensely agricultural with few residences and reflects an exceptional degree of compatibility between existing agriculture practices and an operational wind farm.

E4G News: FERC Grants Key Approval To 3.5 GW Wind Power Transmission Line Project

19 August 2014 - Clean Line Energy says its Plains & Eastern Clean Line project has obtained a key regulatory approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The agency has granted the project permission to sell transmission service to customers at negotiated rates and to negotiate bilateral agreements for 100% of the transmission line's capacity. read more