Founded in 2004, Geronimo Energy has developed over 2.4 GW of wind and solar energy projects that are operational or currently under construction. The organization also has a multi-gigawatt development portfolio of renewable energy projects that are located throughout the United States.
Most recently, Geronimo Energy announced the commercial operation of its 200 MW Crocker Wind Farm, which has power purchase agreements in place with Walmart and Cargill, and a Power Purchase Agreement with Basin Electric Power Cooperative for its 128 MW Wild Springs solar project.
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Competitive energy transmission projects
We are actively involved in several competitive transmission projects in the U.S., including through New York Transco and Millennium Pipeline.
In June 2016, New York Transco energized three new transmission upgrade projects in New York which provide several ongoing benefits, including reducing upstate to downstate transmission congestion to save money for electricity consumers and offer better access to clean energy, and supporting the retirement of traditional generation.
Millennium Pipeline provides consumers in the Northeast with additional natural gas infrastructure to meet growing demand for cleaner and more reliable energy, and is strategically positioned to serve utility and power plant loads across New York state and into New England.
Battery energy storage systems
As an alternative to building new transmission or fossil-fired peaking capacity, we have partnered with NextEra Energy Resources in the development of two battery energy storage systems on Long Island. These include 5 MW, 40 MWh battery energy storage systems in both East Hampton and Montauk, New York.
The batteries provide an alternative to adding new transmission lines by enabling peak-shaving during the busy summers on the southeast end of Long Island.