What is the project’s size and scope?

Based on transmission line capacity, the area could host a project generating up to 300 MW of clean energy, enough to power up to 72,000 homes annually.

A project of that size would be made up of somewhere between 50 and 75 wind turbines, each taking up less than an acre on average including its associated access road and spaced approximately a quarter-mile to a half-mile apart on active farmland in the southeast corner of rural Ingham County.

Approximately 30,000 acres of land could be leased as part of the project. Wind turbines and access roads would cover less than 1% of the land leased.