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    Tatanka Wind Farm

    Largest wind farm by ACCIONA in the United States, operational since 2008.

    The Tatanka Wind Farm, operational since 2008, was ACCIONA's first large installation in the United States, on a particularly challenging site between the states of North and South Dakota, due to its harsh winter conditions and its geographical isolation. It was also the first wind farm in the country to use ACCIONA Windpower technology turbines.

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Location
    Dickey County, ND and McPherson County, SD. United States
    Power
    180 MW
    Wind turbine
    ACCIONA Windpower AW77/1500
    Tower
    Steel, hub height: 80 m
    Commissioning
    2008
    Ownership
    ACCIONA Energía

    Highlights

    • Largest wind farm by ACCIONA in the United States.
    • First wind farm in the country to use ACCIONA Windpower turbines.
    • Clean energy equivalent to the consumption of some 60,000 homes.
    • 550,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions avoided per year.
    • Construction and operation under harsh winter conditions.

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