"Wind energy supplies about 26% of our electricity in North Dakota, which is the fourth-highest percentage in the United States," said North Dakota Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford.
The Foxtail Wind Project, which costs an estimated $200 million, began construction in Dickey County in May 2018 and is projected to be fully in service next month. The project includes 75 Vestas wind turbines and is the company's third project in the state, coming as an effort from Xcel Energy to reduce carbon emissions in the Upper Midwest by 80% by 2030.
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