Energy Made in America

Wind energy is another example of Americans working to provide for themselves.

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Jobs for Local People

Local wind energy creates jobs locally. These are highly skilled positions that command a good wage.

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Supporting Locally Owned Energy Sources

Whirlwind Energy harvests the power of the wind in West Central Minnesota.

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Future Availability

We can continue to use wind power effectively and efficiently without worrying about how it will affect future generations.

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What is Whirlwind Energy?

Whirlwind Energy, LLC (WWE) was organized in March, 2007 with the purpose of developing a wind generated electric project in Arctander Township in northwestern Kandiyohi County, south of Sunburg, MN.

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Wind Energy 101

What is a wind turbine and how does it work?  How much energy can one wind turbine generate?  How does wind power benefit the economy?

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Wind Turbines and Property Values

We have been asked if property values could be reduced by having wind turbines in the area? It turns out that there is no drop in property values.

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Seated, left to right; Ron Erpelding, Bob Meyerson. Standing, left to right; Kevin Halvorson, Al Christopherson, Glenn Arfstrom, Nathan VanDerBill, Wes Hompe and Ken Behm.  (Not Pictured: Bruce Reuss)

Our Board

Meet our people. All members of our Board of Governors are local farmers, landowners and business owners.

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Whirlwind Energy Announces Hiring of Project Management Firm

WWE has selected the Acterra Group, Inc., of Cedar Rapids, Iowa to manage the development of its wind project in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota.

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