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The Hopkins Ridge Wind Facility was Puget Sound Energy's first wind farm in Washington State. PSE owns 100 percent of the facility. Construction began in March 2005. In November 2005, turbines began generating electricity.The Hopkins Ridge wind farm in Washington state, was built by RES Americas under an Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) contract for the energy utility Puget Sound Energy (PSE). It comprises 83 Vestas turbines, each rated at 1.8MW. Construction began in March 2005 and the final turbine was commissioned on 27 November, after only 8 months. Hopkins Ridge was RES Americas' third major construction project completed in 2005.
Turbines and Towers
Hopkins Ridge Headquarters
Hopkins Ridge Wind Facility-Dayton Office
307 E. Main St. Dayton, WA 99328
Vestas Wind Turbines (211 kb)