The following outline provides a summary for Cannon’s current wind and solar projects.
Wind Point/Windy Flats
Location: Goldendale, Washington Groundbreaking Date: 2008
Project Size and Generation: Windy Point/Windy Flats will displace over 800 metric tons of carbon dioxide annually, equivalent to roughly one million driven miles and enough clean energy to power over 250,000 homes.
Phase I (Windy Point/137 megawatts)
Phase II (Windy Flats/262 megawatts)
Phase III (Windy Flats Expansion/TBD)
Phase I - Tuolumne Wind Project Authority—a California joint powers agency formed by the Turlock Irrigation District and the Walnut Energy Center Authority
Phase II - The Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA)
Phase III- TBD
Job Total: 350 jobs over the past two years
Project Cost and Financing: The combined project cost to date is over $1 billion
Partners: The Maryhill Museum of Art; Siemens
Project Fact Sheet
Windy Point Image Gallery
Economic & Employment Benefits to the Community
The New American Farm
The New American Farm Brochure
Green Acres Meets Green Energy
Baja California Wind & Solar Projects
About: a planned series of utility-scale wind and solar projects located in the heart of the Baja California Renewable Energy Corridor, expected to generate a strong source of clean power to export cross-border into the California (U.S.) market.
Location: Baja California, Mexico near the town of La Rumorosa
Project Size and Generation: Cannon expects to develop 300-500 MW of clean renewable power at the site.
Off-Takers: Power is expected to be sold cross-border to California/United States customers.
Regional Impacts: The project has potential to provide clean power to many California/United States households and help improve overall air quality in the region.
Lucerne Valley Solar Project
Location: San Bernardino County (north of Palm Springs), California
Groundbreaking Date: Pending - Land rights have been obtained and permitting process is underway.
Project Size and Generation: Expected to yield 750+ megawatts
Off-Takers: Will serve the California market, producing enough clean electricity for over 250,000 households per year.
Croatia Wind Project
Location: Three European locations
Groundbreaking Date: Power sales contract with government currently being finalized. Operation will soon be underway.
Project Size and Generation: Expected to yield 300 megawatts.