PROJECT BENEFITS

 

ABOUT THE DEVELOPER

 

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPATIBILITY

 

WIND ENERGY Q & A

 

Wind Capital Group is developing the

150 megawatt (MW) Osage County Wind

project in Osage County, Oklahoma. Osage

County Wind will create jobs in rural

Oklahoma, contribute to regional economic

development and provide a new source of

revenue to area farms and ranches while

reducing
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Formed in 2005, Wind Capital Group is a

successful American company committed

to harnessing clean, renewable sources of

energy - creating jobs, generating

economic opportunity and building a strong

foundation for domestic energy

independence. Wind Capital Group’s

model is built on forming
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Wind power is a clean and renewable

energy source that co-exists well with other

land uses.  With an actual footprint of less

than 120 non-contiguous acres, Osage

County Wind will be extremely compatible

with existing land uses in the area, and will

have little or no impact on the ranching,

agricultural, and mineral
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As an emerging industry, questions and

concerns often arise surrounding proposed

and operating wind energy projects. This

information is designed to give answers to

common concerns and frequently asked

questions. Facts and figures from

independent sources were used to support

the information
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