Wolf Ridge Wind Energy Center

The Wolf Ridge project was sited in an area that Hilliard Energy identified to NextEra Energy Resources (formally known as FPL Energy) as a project that would provide all the right ingredients for a successful wind project.

The Wolf Ridge project was sited in an area that Hilliard Energy identified to NextEra Energy Resources (formally known as FPL Energy) as a project that would provide all the right ingredients for a successful wind project.

• Located in Cooke County, Texas

• Operated by a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources

• Approximately 8,312 acres

• A 112.5 MW name plate capacity

• 75 1.5-megawatt GE turbines that are capable of generating enough electricity to power about 34,000 homes

Hilliard Energy provided the following services in the development of this wind energy center:

Strategic Planning, Route and Site Selection, Feasibility and Cost Estimation Studies, Surface Land Acquisition, Right-of-Way Acquisition, Project Management, Data Management, Mapping – all GIS types, Abstracting, Zoning and Permitting, Survey Permission and Notification, Damage Settlements and Rent Reviews, Digital Mapping, Due Diligence, Title Curative, Lease Negotiations, Landowner Relationship Development, Finance Support, Construction Management, and Local Community Relations Meetings

Wolf Ridge Wind Energy Center