Financing

Wind Farm Financing

Overview of Community Wind Finance

Building a wind farm is not cheap. On average, wind power development costs around $2 million per MW of generating capacity installed. However, it is possible to optimize a construction project’s capital costs and reduce the amount of developer equity required by taking advantage of a variety of incentives and funding support that is available.

Community Wind Finance and Ownership Structures

Ray Henger, OwnEnergy's CFO, was on the Community Wind Finance and Ownership Structures Discussion Panel at AWEA's Small & Community Wind Conference on Novemeber 4, 2009. 

Ownership Structures and Sources of Capital

Ray Henger, OwnEnergy's Chief Financial Officer presentation on Ownership Structures and Sources of Capital for the Small & Community Wind Conference in Portland, OR in December 8, 2010.

Featured Study

How Community Ownership Can Save Wind Power

Community ownership may provide the solution for increasing resistance to wind power in the United States.