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Largest wind farm ever built in North America, located in Oklahoma, which can produce 998 megawatts, is now operational.

Invenergy, the owner and operator of the largest wind farm in North America, said they are starting commercial operations. This wind farm, called Traverse Wind Energy Center, is located in Oklahoma, and it can produce 998 megawatts of energy.

According to the Environmental Leader, the wind farm joins other operational projects, such as 199-megawatt Sundance Wind Energy Center and 287-megawatt Maverick Wind Energy Center. These three projects are all operated by Invenergy, and together they make up the North Central Energy Facilities. Their turbines have a capacity of 1,484 megawatts, which is the largest wind facility in the world.

“The North Central Energy Facilities represent a $2 billion capital investment in north central Oklahoma, directly investing in the local economy through new tax revenues and lease payments to participating landowners and will generate enough electricity to power 440,000 American homes.”

Invernergy Services will provide all maintenance and necessary operations under Invenergy Services. This company has a 10-year agreement for operating this wind farm. Their portfolio already has 13-gigawatt global sustainable energy worth of projects.

These three wind farms will serve Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana residents. 

Marina is passionate about sustainability and works to help ensure our planet stays as our home for a long time. She takes part in environmental conservation by recycling and not buying single-use plastic. When not writing, she can be found with her nose stuck in a book or trying out new baking recipes.

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