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Dry Lake Wind Energy Project

Project Documentation

Dry Lake Wind Power Project in Navajo County, Arizona, is in operation, providing electricity to Salt River Project customers.

Phase 1:
13,578 acres, with 10 turbines on BLM land, 11 turbines on private land, and 9 turbines on Arizona State Lands.
Each turbine is rated at 2.1 megawatts, with total potential production of 64.5 megawatts.
Production began on September 8, 2009.

Phase 2:
31 turbines, 15 on state land and 16 on private land. Each turbine is rated at 2.1 megawatts. The potential production is 65.1 megawatts.
Phase 2 production began in December 2010

Dry Lake Wind Project in action


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