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Budweiser Wind Farm at Thunder Ranch, USA

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About the plant

Wind sweeping down the plain

The Budweiser Wind Farm at  Thunder Ranch is a giant of northern Oklahoma, straddling Interstate 35 across Noble, Kay and Garfield counties. Operating since December 2017, the 298 MW project consists of 120 turbines sited.






298 MW

Energy production

1.1 GWh annually

CO2 emissions avoided

790,000 tons annually

Electricity equivalent

90,000+ US households annually



Our Corporate Partners

Cheers to 20 billion sustainable beers every year. Learn more about Anheuser-Busch's partnership with Enel Green Power at our partner page.

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Community Impact

Enel Green Power is committed to creating long-term shared value for its host communities and has forged strong partnerships with Oklahoma towns in the Thunder Ranch project area. Enel has supported community needs such as funding critical equipment for local firefighters, schools and emergency responders. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Enel committed additional funds to first responders in Tonkawa, Red Rock, Maryland and Noble County as well as the Pioneer Technology Center.


Work progress status

Status of construction phase

Enel Green Power is committed to the “sustainable worksite” model and the Creating Shared Value model (CSV). When it builds projects, it monitors sustainability performance for energy, waste and water management, and the economic impact on the local community. 

Workers 400

Workers 400 Construction jobs 

Investment 435

Investment 435 Million dollars in local investment

Local Tax Revenue 30

Local Tax Revenue 30 Million dollars expected in tax revenue for the counties over project lifetime

Lease Payments 60

Lease Payments 60 Million dollars expected in landowner lease payments over project lifetime


Community and landowners inquiries

Austin Jones, Site Supervisor

Media inquiries

Matt Epting, Enel Communications

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