Over the past 15 years, myself and the team have forged a path to sustainability across the Intermountain West. Through successful collaboration between policy makers, utilities, landowners, business stakeholders and civic leaders, Enyo Renewable Energy has established a foundation for leadership in developing renewable energy solutions. As, principal of Enyo, I know and understand every aspect of what it takes to bring a renewable energy development project online.
I quickly realized that wind energy development is not just about clean air, clean water and unlimited energy – it’s about stimulating rural economies and making a difference in the lives of rural landowners and rural communities. It’s these positive human benefits and the environmental advantages for the use of renewable energy that are the most rewarding aspects of working in the wind energy industry.
The Roundhouse Renewable Energy Project is using local experts in Larimer and Laramie County who have considerable knowledge of the area. This approach provides economic benefits to businesses and property owners around the Project. Roundhouse will also triple Platte River Power Authority’s wind capacity, Over the course of a year, the Roundhouse Renewable Energy Project could generate enough carbon free electricity for half of the homes in the Platte River Power Authority’s four owner cities (Fort Collins, Loveland, Estes Park, and Longmont) and saving residents money long-term. The project is estimated to decrease Fort Collins’ emissions by about 10 percent, which is essential to achieving the City’s climate action plan to be carbon neutral by 2050.
My team and I are very excited to work with Larimer and Laramie County and the surrounding areas to ensure that we can make a substantial positive contribution in your community. We look forward to keeping you apprised of our progress and welcome your feedback.
Principal – Enyo Renewable Energy
Project Lead – Roundhouse Renewable Energy