Oak Creek Energy was the project site for some of the very first Danish wind turbines brought into the United States, such as Micon, Bonus, Vestas, and others. This formed the basis for the successful development of wind energy as a sound economic business model.
Though a small company at the time, we had big dreams of a brighter future: one that could be fueled by renewable energy.
Our energy veterans engineered a gigawatt-scale Alta Wind Energy Center, which utilized the largest renewable energy substation in the nation.
Backed by a 1,550 MW renewable energy power purchase agreement with Southern California Edison, the cutting-edge innovation positioned Oak Creek Energy as one of the original wind developers in the United States.
The Wind Farm Model, as it was called, is now used worldwide.