Hear from community members and landowners in our project areas about why they chose to work with Geronimo Energy and why other communities should do the same.
Geronimo Energy has contracted with multiple universities and colleges and understands higher education institutions’ specific needs and goals. Geronimo has worked with higher education institutions with student populations ranging in size from 600 to over 50,000. In this candid interview, hear what one Geronimo customer, St. John's University, says about working with Geronimo and incorporating their renewable energy procurement into their overall sustainability and education goals.
As a farmer-friendly and community driven company, Geronimo Energy puts its project host community members first. Check out this short clip to learn about how our Green River Wind Farm is impacting the local school district by providing new tax revenue - and why our staff chooses to donate their time to further benefit our communities (like helping to build a brand new playground).
Geronimo Energy celebrates its Crocker Wind Farm with community members, landowners and project partners. Crocker Wind Farm will contribute significant tax revenue for the local and state economies, as well create new construction and long-term permanent jobs.
On August 13, 2019, Geronimo Energy hosted a celebration event for the Crocker Wind Farm, a wind energy project located in Clark County, South Dakota. Community members, landowners and project partners were all in attendance.
On July 17, 2019, Geronimo Energy hosted a wind turbine blade signing event for the Green River Wind Farm, a wind energy project located in Whiteside and Lee Counties in Illinois. Community members, landowners and project partners were invited to sign a wind turbine blade that will be installed on one of the wind turbines within the project footprint.
Community members, business owners and local officials in the Courtenay Wind Farm describe the positive economic impacts the project has brought to their community, including new tax revenue for infrastructure and schools, job creation and an influx of spending at local businesses.
What is it like to live near a wind farm? What are the development, construction and operations phases like? Community members in Geronimo Energy’s wind farms discuss how their lives have benefited from local wind farms and how these projects have positively impacted their rural communities.
What is it really like to live near or work by a solar energy project? What is the construction process like? And what do they look like when they’re operating? Landowners, neighbors and officials talk about their experiences living near Geronimo Energy-developed solar energy projects.
Community members, business owners and local officials in the Prairie Rose Wind Farm describe the positive economic impacts the project has brought to their community, including new tax revenue for infrastructure and schools, as well as an influx of spending at local businesses.
Landowners, officials and community members who live near Geronimo Energy’s solar energy projects speak about the positive economic impacts solar energy projects provide their hometowns, including tax revenue, landowner income and electric cost savings.
This wind-focused video explains what Geronimo Energy wind farm community funds are and how current project communities are using these charitable funds to do "good" in Geronimo Energy's wind farm footprints.
As part of American Wind Week, on August 8, 2018, Geronimo Energy hosted an event in Courtenay, North Dakota to commemorate the first gifts for the Courtenay Community Fund and to honor Senator Heidi Heitkamp with the American Wind Energy Association’s prestigious Wind Champion Award. Present at the event were executives from AWEA, Geronimo and Xcel Energy, as well as representatives from the local Courtenay Community Fund Board.
Sempra U.S. Gas & Power-produced video that discusses the Apple Blossom Wind Farm Community Fund, a Geronimo Energy-developed wind farm project in Huron County, Michigan.
Xcel Energy-produced time lapse video of the construction of the Geronimo Energy-developed Courtenay Wind Farm, located in Stutsman County, North Dakota.
Noel P. Rahn, talks to KEYC News about the positive economic impacts of wind and solar energy projects.
Geronimo Energy congratulate St. Paul Public Housing Authority (SPPHA) for winning a sustainability-based award.
Industry professionals, including Geronimo Energy staff, speak about wind energy’s impact on the Minnesota economy.
Construction of the Odell Wind Farm in southwestern MN officially begins.
Watch the installation of Slumberland Furniture’s 156-paneled solar project.
Non-profit and elementary school give thanks for over 1,200 students receiving tree donations over Earth Week.