Oklahoma is one of the windiest places in the United States and home to a renewable energy resource so vast it could supply up to 10% of the country’s energy needsfootnote1 . Developing this resource is critical to preserving the environment, creating jobs and achieving a sustainable future for the state — and the country.
The project, built by EDF Renewables and financed with an $83.1 million tax equity investment from Bank of America, produces enough energy to power on average approximately 60,000 homes annually. As a global company with sites in more than 20 countries, this renewable energy producer has been developing and implementing clean energy projects for more than 30 years. The Rock Falls facility is just one example of its long-term commitment to building sustainable economies and preserving the environment while providing jobs for the future and for generations to come.