Company Hopes To Place Up To 13 Turbines
A young company based in Denver is trying to start its second wind farm in Montana. Compass Energies is negotiating to find a market for the energy it hopes to generate from up to 13 turbines placed on about 1,400 acres it has leased from four landowners south of Opheim.
Kyle Paulson, development director for Compass Energies, explained the $40 million project to about 20 people at Glasgow High School on Tuesday night.
The turbines would generate up to 23 megawatts of power, but before anything is built, a number of interconnected things have to come to favorable conclusions. The buyer (ca...