Our Projects

Swift Current Energy has developed and commercialized more than 1 gigawatt (GW) of clean energy projects and has a project pipeline of more than 3 GW of clean energy projects under development.

Renewable energy sources are now a mainstream option in the power sector in nearly all parts of the world.

Renewable energy technologies are proven to be reliable and safe and often provide the lowest-cost power generation option. Our team’s extensive knowledge stems from successfully building projects across the clean energy spectrum. Our cross-technology experience and proven track record of successful project execution allows us to continue to develop and construct best-in-class renewable energy projects safely, on time, and within budget.

Our Project Portfolio

Swift Current Energy is a leading clean energy project developer with more than 3.3 GW of clean energy projects under development in nine states. We have deep experience working in multiple markets, including MISO, PJM, ERCOT, NYISO, and ISO-NE, as well as with various state and local regulatory entities.  We continuously seek opportunities to develop competitively advantaged projects in viable markets that offer commercial flexibility.

Where We're Working

Montana Office

5 W Mendenhall Street, Suite 202
Bozeman, MT 59715

Texas Office

510 Bering Drive, Suite 212
Houston, TX 77057

Illinois Office

1297 Toronto Road
Springfield, IL 62712

Massachusetts Office

184 High Street, Suite 701
Boston, MA 02110

Maine Office

89 Main Street
Yarmouth, ME 04096

High Lonesome Wind

500 MW  |  Crockett & Upton Counties, TX

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Whitney Hill Wind

65 MW  |  Logan County, IL

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Hilltopper Wind

185 MW  |  Logan County, IL

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Glacier Sands Wind

185 MW  |  Mason County, IL

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Moraine Sands Wind

170 MW  |  Mason County, IL

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Moraine Sands Wind

Capacity170 MW
LocationMason County, IL
MarketMISO

Glacier Sands Wind

Capacity185 MW
LocationMason County, IL
MarketMISO

Three Rivers Solar

Capacity100 MW
LocationHancock County, Maine
MarketISO-NE

Saddlebred Solar

Capacity220 MW
LocationClark County, KY
MarketPJM

Double Black Diamond Solar

Capacity593 MW
LocationSangamon & Morgan Counties, IL
MarketMISO

High Lonesome Wind

Capacity500 MW
LocationCrockett & Upton Counties, TX
MarketERCOT

Whitney Hill Wind

Capacity65 MW
LocationLogan County, IL
MarketPJM

HillTopper Wind

Capacity185 MW
LocationLogan County, IL
MarketPJM

Below is a snapshot of three of our projects currently under development in Maine, Illinois, and Kentucky. While each of these projects is inherently unique, they share one thing in common: they are strategically advantaged in terms of economies of scale and are well positioned to deliver low-cost clean energy to meet market demands.

Three Rivers Solar Project

Building on our team’s extensive experience in Maine, we strategically developed the Three Rivers Solar Project which will be the largest utility-scale solar project constructed in New England when it goes online in 2023. The project was awarded a Power Purchase Agreement by Versant Power (formerly Emera-Maine) for its entire output of 100 MW.  Once operational, the Three Rivers Solar Project will generate clean, renewable energy for consumers across Maine and New England.

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Double Black Diamond Solar Project

Also under development is our Double Black Diamond Solar Project, which has the potential to power more than 85,000 homes in Illinois and generate significant, stable long-term tax revenue for its host communities. By implementing best-in-class pollinator-friendly development, construction and operational protocols, the Double Black Diamond Solar Project will also enhance the farms and communities that surround it for decades to come.

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Saddlebred Solar Project

Our Saddlebred Solar Project under development in Clark County, Kentucky represents a groundbreaking development opportunity for Kentucky’s burgeoning solar economy. Kentucky is part of the PJM interconnection territory, which allows for renewable energy projects to tap into a leading electricity market while spurring new investment that can help rural economies  grow and prosper in the 21st Century.

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