A Community Wind Project to Set the Bar

Your Support will Improve Your Community. Ask yourself, what could $85 million do?

With the locally owned and managed Dakota Power Community Wind project in place, our schools, townships and county benefit. With an additional $42 million, our school districts could add buildings to accommodate our growing student population, provide new classroom equipment and invest in new technology – all without increasing our tax burden by a dime. Nearly $13 million more will go into our townships, and another $30 million will go to the county. Imagine how much better our roads, bridges and other infrastructure could be!

Wind energy is literally an exportable product with no input costs, providing cash for our farmers and generating outside tax revenue for our community.

There is virtually no downside at all:

Protect your property rights – join more than 250 of your friends and neighbors to make this grassroots effort a reality. We need your help. Please call us at 605-214-5900 to learn how you
can help secure this investment for our community.

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Investment Opportunities Available

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Dakota Power Installs Test Wind Tower

Research phase to begin for Dakota Power Community Wind

Wind Project Announced for Southern Lincoln County

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DPCW Press Releases

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South Dakota Wind Facts

Local Tax Benefits

Landowner Benefits

Windy Energy Myths

There’s Still Time to Invest

Opening Round Investment Offering Closed

Learn More About this Exciting Project


Understanding Wind Energy

Click here to learn about the equipment, the safety precautions taken, the implications of the energy outputs and more.

Landowner Contact

Dakota Power Community Wind

Investor Questions

Val-Add Service Corporation

Vendor Contact

Dakota Plains Energy
(Project Developer)

Robin K. (Rob) Johnson

Heath Johnson

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