SKELETON CREEK PROJECT

About the Project

 

Skeleton Creek is an innovative project that combines wind energy, solar energy and battery energy storage - all in the same location - making more renewable energy available to customers for more hours of the day, even when the sun is not shining and the wind is not blowing. It’s located in Major, Alfalfa and Garfield Counties, Oklahoma, and has the capacity to generate up to 250 megawatts of wind energy and 250 megawatts of solar energy, paired with a 200 megawatt, 4-hour battery energy storage system. Skeleton Creek will continue to create good-paying jobs and millions in additional revenue for landowners and the local community - for many years to come.

 It is a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, the world’s largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and the sun.

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ECONOMIC BENEFITS
 

Skeleton Creek Wind

Skeleton Creek Solar and Storage

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We believe in building strong partnerships and supporting your community. Get the facts and learn how Skeleton Creek project can enhance Major, Alfalfa and Garfield Counties.

HEALTH

When properly sited, renewable energy projects are a safe and effective means of generating electricity.

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HEALTH
ENVIRONMENT

Renewable energy projects have among the least environmental impacts of any form of energy generation.

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ENVIRONMENT
PROPERTY VALUE

Multiple studies have found renewable energy projects have no significant long-term impacts on property values.

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PROPERTY VALUE
DECOMMISSIONING

Decommissioning is the process of removing all components of a renewable energy project and returning the land to its original condition.

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DECOMMISSIONING

*Estimated over first 30 years of the project. All figures are estimated and subject to change.