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