Installed capacity of 66-megawatts of renewable energy

Project overview

Hog Creek Wind Project is located in Hardin County, Ohio, approximately 80 miles northwest of Columbus. The wind project complements the agricultural land use in the area allowing Ohio farmers the option to continue farming while also generating revenue from the wind turbines.

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Economic benefits

Hog Creek Wind Project yields significantly in the form of payments to landowners, local spending, and annual community investment. Hog Creek Wind Project is also compatible with other land uses and provides a stable form of income to local landowners.

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$2.9+ million

Paid to local governments

Energy savings
$2+ million

Paid to landowners

$9.7+ million

Spent locally

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Job creation

58 construction jobs and 3 permanent jobs created

Renewable energy technology

Wind Turbine Tractor

Energy security

Hog Creek helps strengthen energy security for the state of Ohio and the United States, helping diversify domestic supply.
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Hog Creek Wind Project consists of 30 Vestas V110 2.2 MW wind turbines.
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Wind energy in the U.S.

Wind is the largest source of renewable electricity generation in the United States, providing 10.1% of the country’s electricity.
Environmental benefits
117 million gallons of water saved each year

Hog Creek saves more than 117 million gallons of water each year and prevents the air pollution that causes smog, acid rain, and climate change.



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Contact us

Hog Creek Wind Project
Operations & Maintenance Office

9630 State Road 49,
Payne, OH 45880