Governor Corbett Tours Leading Wind Power Company, Highlights State's Diverse Energy Portfolio
May 10, 2013
PITTSBURGH — Governor Tom Corbett, joined by company executives including CEO Jim Spencer, today toured Pittsburgh-based EverPower Wind Holdings, Inc. and discussed how Pennsylvania's diverse energy portfolio is attracting innovation across all sectors and continuing to add jobs to the state's growing economy.
Patience is Everpower's New York State of Mind
North American Wind Power: December 2012
More than seven years after beginning project development, Everpower Wind Holdings finally completed the Howard Wind Farm, located in Steuben County, N.Y.
A look at wind: Industry’s future unclear as Patton site gets rolling
The Tribune Democrat: December 8, 2012
A local wind farm is opening at a time when, ironically, an incentive for wind energy is in danger. Politicians representing the region are solidifying their stances on wind power, and some groups are rising in opposition to wind tax credits and local wind farms.
EverPower Wind moves to Pittsburgh's Strip District
Pittsburgh Business Times: August 17, 2012
EverPower Wind Holdings Inc. has moved to the Strip District, placing it much closer to the center of Pittsburgh business.
Twin Ridges Wind Farm provides economic benefit to Frostburg
Cumberland Times-News: August 1, 2012
Work associated with Somerset County’s Twin Ridges a benefit to Frostburg businesses
Blade signing ceremony held at Twin Ridges Wind Farm
Daily American: July 27, 2012
Renewable energy has never been more important as America needs to develop domestic energy supplies to rely less on foreign oil, speakers said Friday at a blade-signing ceremony at the Twin Ridges Wind Farm.
Plan’s effect on bat at issue
Springfield News-Sun: July 1, 2012
URBANA — Residents will have the opportunity to review and comment on documents laying out the possible impact of the Buckeye Wind Project on the endangered Indiana bat.
Champaign County wind farm’s tax plan remains sticking point
Springfield News-Sun: June 16, 2012
URBANA — Under one scenario, the Buckeye Wind Project could pay $1.2 million to $1.8 million a year to Champaign County schools and government entities, making it one of the county’s largest sources of revenue.
Jim Spencer's role in energy has evolved over time
Pittsburgh Business Times: May 18, 2012
Jim Spencer’s career in the energy industry began by chance, but his success has been fueled by a passion for developing innovative projects. download the full article
$55 million plan may double turbines
Springfield News-Sun: May 15, 2012
URBANA — A proposed $55 million development would double the number of turbines in a controversial Champaign County wind project, according to plans submitted Tuesday.
EverPower files with state to build Champaign LLC
Urbana Daily Citizen: May 15, 2012
COLUMBUS - A second utility-scale wind project planned for eastern Champaign County officially filed its application with the state on Tuesday.
Turbine turning Adams Summerhill wind farm goes on the grid
The Tribune Democrat, May 14 2012
PATTON — Site preparation for a 30-turbine wind farm in northern Cambria County has started and the blades on a wind farm in the central part of the county are now spinning, but similar projects planned to the south and the east have been shelved.
EverPower jumps into 200MW Pennsylvania project double-header
April 26, 2012
New York-based developer EverPower is diving into construction at a pair of wind farms in Pennsylvania. The first 16 of 68 foundations have been poured at the 170MW Twin Ridges wind farm in Somerset County while civil engineering will
start shortly at the 30MW Patton project in Cambria County.
Wind power in Ohio enjoys growth spurt
Columbus Dispatch: April 14, 2012
Ohio is making gains in the “green economy,” according to a new report that says the state is one of the nation’s fastest-growing new markets for wind projects.
County's largest wind farm
Daily American: April 14, 2012
When the 140-megawatt Twin Ridges Wind Farm is fully operational it will be twice the size of any other wind farm in Somerset County.
Easements for underground power line total $14.5 million
Cumberland Times-News: April 9, 2012
Line from Pennsylvania wind farm expected to be energized by October.
Terra Firma unit buys 150MW project from Terra-Gen
rechargenews.com: April 2, 2012
The US wind unit of private equity firm Terra Firma is buying a 150MW wind project in California from US renewable energy company Terra-Gen Power.
New York-Based EverPower Goes West, Buys 150MW Wind Farm In California
Forbes Magazine: April 2, 2012
New York-based EverPower Wind Holdings has acquired the 150 megawatt (MW) Alta VI wind project in California. It is the company’s first plant in the sunshine state. It currently has three commercial projects operating in Pennsylvania and New York, one under construction in Pennsylvania, and five in the design phase in Washington, Ohio, New York, and Pennsylvania.