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Don’t believe everything you read, but believe this

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NativeEnergy has been an innovator in the carbon markets for a decade. We take pride in helping to get projects built that otherwise would not go up. The Greensburg Wind Farm is the latest example of a Help Build™ project, and it is by far the largest we and our customers helped bring to life. Recently, the Christian Science Monitor posted an online article that raises questions whether the Greensburg Wind Farm truly needed the payments from NativeEnergy and its customers to be built. This suggestion that we haven’t been square with people troubles us enormously.

Read More | Apr 29, 2010 |

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (GMCR) helps Greensburg to “Brew a Better World!”

Check out what Paul Comey of GMCR has to say about the Greensburg Wind Farm and his trip out to Greensburg, Kansas. With GMCR as our leading Charter Supporter, Paul joined NativeEnergy at the Greensburg Wind Farm groundbreaking ceremony on October 23, 2009.

Read More | Apr 7, 2010 |

Greensburg, we have power!

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Congratulations to all of you who are helping to build the Greensburg Wind Farm! Thanks to the purchases of thousands of businesses and individual consumers, the Greensburg Wind Farm achieved commercial operations on Friday, March 5!

Read More | Mar 16, 2010 |

Greensburg on OPRAH!

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Check out what Oprah Winfrey’s website has to say about our favorite little town in Kansas! Reporter Erin White wrote "Small Towns Going Green," which highlights the "green revolution" taking place in rural Midwestern America, including the rebuilding of Greensburg, Kansas, where NativeEnergy and its customers are helping to build a new wind farm.

Read More | Mar 10, 2010 |

Rosebud turbine running

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The Rosebud Sioux Tribe’s Alex Little Soldier Wind Turbine is up and running again after a shutdown last year. It had been overheating, and there was a concern that the gear box was wearing prematurely. According to Ken Haukaas, the Tribe’s economic development advisor, “We didn’t want to risk potentially harming the turbine, so we kept it shut down until we could get an ‘all clear’ from the manufacturer. With a cooling system flush and all new fluids, along with more filtering attachments, the turbine is up and running fine again as of January 20, 2010.”

Read More | Jan 29, 2010 |