GE and Google to Invest in Wind Farm

Apr 29, 2011 11:00 AM ET
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GE, Google to Invest in Wind Farm

General Electric Co (GE: 20.10, +0.21, +1.06%), Google Inc (GOOG: 532.82, +7.77, +1.48%), and two Japanese partners will invest about $500 million in a wind farm under construction in Oregon, the partners said Monday.

The $2 billion Shepherds Flat project, due to be completed next year, will stretch over 30 square miles of north-central Oregon and generate enough energy for 235,000 U.S. homes. The site's developer is Caithness Energy.   To continue reading the original article on the development of the new wind farm, click here.  


Google Invests in World’s Largest Wind Farm

Google has invested $100 million in the Shepherds Flat Wind Farm in Arlington, Oregon
Aside from running the successful Android operating system and the world's most popular search engine, Google has been making some environmentally conscious efforts as well. Just last week, the web giant invested $168 million in the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System located in the Mojave Desert in California.

Caithness Energy, which is the project developer, and GE, an early investor and turbine manufacturer as well as an operations and maintenance supplier. Other investors include Tyr Energy and Sumitomo Corporation of America.

To continue reading the original article on the new wind farm project, click here.    

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