A new way of thinking about energy.

Harbor Wind

Home | Harbor Wind | Contact Us

Harbor Wind is the first-of-its-kind wind project in the United States and is located along the industrial ship channel in the Port of Corpus Christi, Texas.  It will produce approximately 30,000,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity annually; enough to power 2600 homes.

Annual Emissions Offset by Harbor Wind

19,200 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2).  CO2 is the predominant gas contributing to the greenhouse effect.

38.25 tons of sulfur dioxide (SO2).  SO2 is the primary contributor to acid rain.

76.5 tons nitrogen oxide (
NOx).  NOx plays a role in the formation of ground level ozone.

22,500,000 gallons of water saved.  Equivalent to the water consumed in 175 households every year.


Click HERE to view a time-lapsed video of Harbor Wind's construction.

Video: Harbor Wind at sunset (August 2013).