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Turbine Delivery for Number Three Wind Farm Marks New Phase of Construction for 104MW Project


Published: May 10, 2022 at 12:30 p.m.

By: Media Release from Invenergy


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Turbine Delivery for Number Three Wind Farm Marking New Phase of Construction of 104MW Project


Invenergy’s Number Three Wind Farm to generate 104MW of clean energy, bringing jobs and economic investment to the Lewis County region


Lewis County, NY (May 10, 2022) — This week, wind turbine delivery for the 104-megawatt Number Three Wind Farm began in Lewis County. Number Three Wind Farm will provide locally-sourced, clean electricity to Lewis County and bring over $1 million a year in economic investment to the community. 


The delivery of turbines marks another significant phase of construction after breaking ground in July of 2021. The project is helping to build and grow New York’s clean energy workforce, supporting up to 330 jobs throughout the construction process. Number Three Wind is expected to be operational later this year.


“After careful planning and siting, we are excited for turbines to be delivered for Number Three Wind. We look forward to bringing clean energy and economic benefits for the region, including $1 million in property taxes each year. The project will not only benefit the local community it will also help New York meet the State’s growing electricity needs,” said Marguerite Wells, project developer of Number Three Wind Farm.


Once completed, Invenergy’s Number Three Wind Farm will be comprised of 27 wind turbines capable of generating 104 megawatts of clean energy – enough to power up to 40,000 homes each year. The wind turbines will be located in the towns of Lowville and Harrisburg in Lewis County.

About Invenergy 
Invenergy drives innovation in energy. Invenergy and its affiliated companies develop, own, and operate large-scale renewable and other clean energy generation and storage facilities in the Americas, Europe and Asia. Invenergy's home office is located in Chicago and it has regional development offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Poland and Scotland.

Invenergy and its affiliated companies have successfully developed more than 30,000 megawatts of projects that are in operation, construction or contracted, including wind, solar, and natural gas power generation and advanced energy storage projects.


Since its first New York wind farm began operating in 2009, Invenergy has been helping build New York’s renewable energy future and today employs New Yorkers at its regional offices in Ithaca, Buffalo, and at five operating energy facilities. Invenergy has successfully constructed several major renewable energy projects in the state: Sheldon Wind Farm, Orangeville Wind Farm, Orangeville Storage, Marsh Hill Wind Farm, and the Shoreham Solar Commons project. These projects have contributed tens of millions of dollars to local economies, created hundreds of good-paying, local jobs and generate enough American-made, clean energy to power over 80,000 New York homes. For more information, please visit www.invenergy.com.














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