Crow Lake Wind

United States

About the project

A 36,000 acre wind farm in Chamberlain, South Dakota that can power up to 129,000 local homes. 

At a glance

  • 108 1.5 MW wind turbines 
  • 432,000 tons of CO2 mitigated per year 

Project Benefits

  • Displaces fossil fuel generated electricity 
  • Creates an elecrticity grid that is run on clean, renewable energy 


Carbon offset

623562 kg


Project Benefits

Affordable and Clean Energy. Energy is essential to nearly every major change and opportunity.
Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure. Investments in infrastructure are crucial to achieving sustainable development.
Climate Action. Climate change is a global challenge that affects everyone, everywhere.

How it works

  • Project Developer and community stakeholders invest in the project to fund it's installation 
  • Local college grads and community members are provided jobs to run and maintain the wind turbines 
  • The electricity generated from the tubines is fed to the local energy grid, displacing the need for fossil fuel generated electricity

Proof of Carbon Accounting

To ensure transparency, Green Story Carbon Registry tracks issuance and retirement of carbon credits for all projects on the Green Story offset platform.


Verfied Carbon Standard
First Environment
Basin Electric Power Cooperative