Wind turbines use the kinetic energy of the wind to create renewable energy.
Wind power is truly clean power. You could think of it as a form of solar power—wind simply moves excess heat around, either away from the surface of the Earth, where sunlight causes a buildup of energy, or from warm regions (usually the tropics) to cooler regions (usually the higher latitudes). Wind power displaces fossil fuel-based power, reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
NativeEnergy’s first Help Build™ carbon project was the Alex Little Soldier Wind Turbine in South Dakota. It was the first tribally owned large-scale wind turbine in the U.S. Since then, our customers have helped build numerous wind projects with strong social benefits.
This seventh Indiana community clean energy project reduces greenhouse gas pollution and provides educational opportunity for students.
Wind turbines power buildings and provide hands-on education at Indiana schools.
This project bolsters local farmers and the regional economy with two new wind turbines.
This project, the first of its kind in Indiana, uses wind power to benefit a school and a city.
After being leveled by a tornado, a Kansas town rebuilds as “the
greenest town in America” with a combination
of energy efficiency measures and the installation of
a 12.5 MW wind farm.
With funding from NativeEnergy, the Wray School District built a wind turbine that produces renewable energy
and needed income.
NativeEnergy helped farmers in Minnesota and
South Dakota install revenue-generating wind turbines.
NativeEnergy helped a remote Alaska village
develop three wind turbines that replace polluting
NativeEnergy helped fund three 100 kW wind turbines
in the remote village of Toksook Bay, Alaska.
With the help of NativeEnergy, the Mandan, Hidatsa,
and Arikara Nation built a 60 kW turbine.
With the help of NativeEnergy, the Rosebud Sioux Reservation installed one of the nation’s first tribally owned wind turbines.