Walleye Wind progresses

The 110-megawatt Walleye Wind Farm in western Rock County is taking shape with cranes assembling bases for 40 turbines across a 49-square-mile (31,000 acres) footprint.

Starting in October, the turbines will generate $400,000 to $600,000 in annual local tax revenues and feed electricity to the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency through a 30-year agreement.


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