Golden Hills Wind Project

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Golden Hills Wind Project
Golden Hills Wind Project is located in Oregon
Golden Hills Wind Project
Location of Golden Hills Wind Project
Country United States
Location Sherman County, Oregon
Coordinates 45°35′21″N 120°44′12″W / 45.58917°N 120.73667°W / 45.58917; -120.73667Coordinates: 45°35′21″N 120°44′12″W / 45.58917°N 120.73667°W / 45.58917; -120.73667
Status Propossed
Owner(s) BP Alternative Energy
Power generation
Units operational 267 (planned)
Nameplate capacity 400 megawatts (planned)

Golden Hills Wind Project is a proposed electricity generating wind farm facility in Sherman County, Oregon.[2] It is being constructed by BP Alternative Energy. When completed, it will generate a peak of 400 megawatts, with an average of 133 MW of wind power across 200,000 acres (81,000 ha) using up to 267 wind turbines.[3][4]

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