Crystal Lake Wind Farm

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Crystal Lake Wind Farm
Crystal Lake Wind Farm is located in Iowa
Crystal Lake Wind Farm
Location of Crystal Lake Wind Farm
Country United States
Location Crystal Lake, Iowa
Coordinates 43°13′45″N 93°50′28″W / 43.22917°N 93.84111°W / 43.22917; -93.84111Coordinates: 43°13′45″N 93°50′28″W / 43.22917°N 93.84111°W / 43.22917; -93.84111
Status Operational
Owner(s) Next Era
Wind farm
Type Onshore
Power generation
Nameplate capacity 416 MW

Crystal Lake Wind Farm is an electricity generating wind farm facility in Winnebago and Hancock County, Iowa, United States. It is owned by a subsidiary of Florida-based Next Era and began operations in 2008. With the completion of phase 3 of the project it has a generating capacity of 416 megawatts .[1] It is located roughly five miles from Britt, Iowa, and is on the edge of Crystal Lake, which the wind farm is named after.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Crystal Lake I, II & III Wind Energy Center". NextEra Energy Resources. 2011. Retrieved 2011-04-16.