Enel Green Power is committed to creating long-term shared value and sustainability for the Williams County community. The project created 300 construction jobs during the construction phase, generating new opportunities for locally owned businesses, and 12-15 full-time permanent jobs. During the pandemic, Enel responded to support the health and well-being of its host communities by committing $58,000 in funds to first responders: the Tioga Medical Center, Ray Volunteer Fire District, Tioga Volunteer Fire District and Wildrose Volunteer Fire District.
Enel is working hard to develop the future wind workforce of North Dakota and as part of a multi-year commitment has sponsored the annual Drone Camp for Kids in Tioga to engage local students in STEM education. Additionally, Enel supports a scholarship at Lake Region State College for the wind turbine technician program, with preference given to students who hail from the Lindahl and Aurora project area.
Workers >300 Construction jobs
Investment 220 Million dollars in local investment