Economic Highlights

  • FGE Goodnight Project (Goodnight I, Goodnight II, and Goodnight
    III) represents over half a billion dollars of direct investment in Armstrong County and
    the State of Texas
  • FGE Goodnight will create 800MW of capacity, generating electricity to power over
    500,000 Texas homes (future expansions possible to further increase capacity)
  • Interconnects at a to-be-constructed mid-point tap on the 345kV Alibates-to-Tule
    Canyon Competitive Renewable Energy Zone (“CREZ”) line, with access to the
    North ERCOT zone
  • Delivering emissions-free, wind-sourced renewable power to meet the power supply
    challenges across Texas with short and long term economic growth

Social Highlights

  • FGE Goodnight Project represents over half a billion dollars of direct and indirect
    expenditures, over $50 million of additional tax revenue for the county's tax
  • FGE Goodnight will create over 85 jobs during construction and over 15 permanent
    staff positions once fully operational
  • Provide technical job training opportunities in partnership with local and regional

Environmental Highlights

  • Vestas V136 turbine technology represents one of the most efficient wind
    technologies in ERCOT and the State of Texas
  • Vestas turbines benefit from advanced use of carbon pultrusions, resulting in light-
    weight, highly robust blades with optimal performance as well as industry leading
    product reliability
  • The  FGE Goodnight Project will avoid emissions of over 1 million tons of CO2 in an
    average year
  • Vestas turbines include both cold and hot climate capabilities, bolstering functionality
    in extreme weather conditions to contribute to optimization of Texas grid stability

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