Community-Scale Wind Energy Solutions in Oregon

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Community-Scale Wind Energy Solutions in Oregon

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Family-owned community scale wind energy solution in Oregon

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Tuesday, July 15, 2014 - 1:30pm

Lime Wind is a locally distributed energy project that produces enough electricity from wind each year to power 800 households, ultimately providing a reliable source of “green” power at rates that are at or below those of traditional sources. It was developed by a small, family-owned operator in the very rural community of Lime in eastern Oregon.

In support of this project, Wells Fargo provided a $2.29 million New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) equity investment, utilizing $8.4 million in NMTC allocation provided by an affiliate of Albina Bank, a longtime Wells Fargo CDFI partner.

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Keywords: Environment & Climate Change | Carbon Footprint | Climate Change / Global Warming | Environment & Climate Change | Environmental Business | Finance & Socially Responsible Investment | Lime Wind | Sustainable Investment | Wells Fargo | clean energy finance | wind power