Offshore wind - US
Mainstream US is solely focused on the development of offshore projects on. It has received full qualification to apply for a lease in both the New York Bight, and this is expected in early 2022.
Mainstream is a member of American Clean Power (formerly AWEA), Business Network for Offshore Wind (BNOW), Offshore Wind California and the Alliance for Clean Energy New York. Mainstream's Paula Major, VP Offshore Wind - US, is Chair of Offshore Wind California (OWC) and sits on the Board of BNOW.
Onshore Wind - US
Historically, Mainstream developed onshore wind projects. The Shady Oaks (110 MW) project in Illinois, was developed by Mainstream. In 2009, it partnered with Goldwind USA to participate in the Illinois Power Agency’s competitive bidding process.
The project was successful and subsequently entered a 20-year inflation indexed power purchase agreement with the largest electric utility in the state of Illinois, Commonwealth Edison. In 2011, Goldwind acquired the wind plant from Mainstream.
Mainstream sold its Green River 1 & 2 (375 MW) project at the development stage.
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