Since launching its first wind power project in 2008, Duke Energy Renewables generates about 2,300 megawatts of wind power at 19 wind farms across the country, providing enough zero-carbon energy to power more than half a million homes. Another wind project is under construction, Frontier in Oklahoma, which will add an additional site and 200 MW by year-end 2016. (Watch the video below for more information on how we develop wind power projects.)

 Investing in wind generation is one way Duke Energy is working to conserve our natural resources while serving our customers with affordable, sustainable and increasingly clean energy. Duke Energy has invested more than $4 billion to build our wind power business.

As well as operating its own assets, the business offers operations and maintenance services to third-party wind operators through Duke Energy Renewable Services. Operations and maintenance of renewables sites is supported by the sophisticated Renewable Control Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, which uses powerful and secure technology to optimize performance at wind and solar power plants across the country.

In partnership with the Department of Energy, we built the 36-megawatt Notrees Battery Storage Project in 2012, America's largest battery storage project at a wind farm.

We hold ourselves to a high environmental standard when developing, constructing and operating our wind power projects. We are committed to studying, avoiding, minimizing and mitigating any impacts that our wind farms have on area habitats and wildlife. Biological surveys, ongoing avian monitoring, and collaborations with government wildlife resource agencies help us generate wind power responsibly.

If you are interested in contacting Duke Energy Renewables about a commercial wind power project, please email us.

View our Wind Power Projects Fact Sheet for a summary of Duke Energy's commercial wind facilities or click on one of the map links for an overview of each project.

Sweetwater Windpower
Los Vientos II
Los Vientos I
Top of the World Windpower
Notrees Windpower
Notrees Battery Storage Project
Campbell Hill Windpower
Ironwood Windpower
North Allegheny Windpower:
Laurel Hill Windpower
Cimarron II Windpower
Ocotillo Windpower
Kit Carson Windpower
Silver Sage Windpower
Happy Jack Windpower
Shirley Windpower