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White Cloud Wind Farm, USA

White Cloud Wind Farm, USA

In operation

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The project

Expanding our footprint in the Central US

White Cloud wind farm is located in Nodaway County, Missouri. The 236.5 MW wind farm will generate approximately 950 GWh of wind energy every year and avoid almost 1.7 million tons of CO2 emissions annually. The plant became operative in December 2020. This is Enel Green Power’s second wind farm in Missouri after Rock Creek, which became operational in 2017.

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In operation



236.5 MW


Energy production

950 GWh annually 


CO2 emissions avoided

621,000 tons annually 


Electricity equivalent

86,000+ US households annually



Our Partners

Enel Green Power has partnered with Associated Electric Cooperative Inc. (AECI) in a PPA for the entire electricity output from the 236.5 MW White Cloud project. AECI is owned by and provides wholesale power to six regional and 51 local electric cooperative systems in Missouri, southeast Iowa and northeast Oklahoma that serve more than 910,000 members. A wind energy leader in the Midwest, with White Cloud the cooperative now receives 1,240 megawatts from eight wind farms. AECI’s mission is to provide an economical and reliable power supply and support services to its members.

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Community Impact

Enel Green Power has provided support to key community needs in northwest Missouri, through the White Cloud wind farm in Nodaway County, and the nearby Rock Creek wind farm operating in Atchison County. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has provided $110,000 to 10 organizations in the state, part of the $1.3 million community relief efforts across the US. In order to address health, social services and socio-economic impacts from the pandemic, Enel Green Power contributed $50,000 to Community Hospital-Fairfax, $5,000 to the Nodaway County Senior Citizens Center and $25,000 to volunteer fire districts in Polk, Skidmore, Graham and Barnard.

Status of construction phase

Enel Green Power is committed to a sustainable worksite model. When we build projects, we monitor sustainability performance for energy, waste and water management, and the economic impact on the local community. We utilize innovative tools and construction techniques to build these new wind farms, ensuring that the highest safety standards are met, both in the construction and management stages. 

Additionally, Enel Green Power has implemented enhanced safety measures at its power plants during the Covid-19 pandemic to keep its workforce safe and to ensure continued support to homes, businesses and critical services in the communities where it operates.

  • Workers >300

    Workers >300 Construction jobs 

  • Investment 380

    Investment 380 Million dollars in local investment


Community and Landowners Inquiries

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