Two Dot Wind Farm
The Two Dot project began when local partner, David Healow met OwnEnergy at a wind conference in Montana. He and his partner, Dana Dogterom had already secured the land for the project and had a few years of wind data when they signed on as partners.
David Healow is a 20-year veteran of the wind industry. He has played a role in bringing many Montana wind farms online. He currently supervises operations and maintenance at several wind projects, including the first and longest running wind farm the state, located in Livingston, Montana. He was recognized in 2013 by the American Wind Energy Association for Outstanding Achievement in Distributed Wind.
In November, 2012 the project was purchased by NJR Clean Energy Ventures (NJRCEV). The Two Dot Wind Farm will be NJRCEV’s first wind energy project in their portfolio of assets.
The project will be completed in the Spring of 2014 and the power will be sold to NorthWestern Energy under a 25 year power purchase agreement.
- NJR Clean Energy finishes its first onshore wind project - NJBIZ
- "Here's to Two Dot, the best town in Montana and the country." - Sen. Baucus