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We selected a well known, Minnesota developer with ties to the Luverne community to assist us with this important project. Juhl Energy, a leading provider of competitive, clean energy solutions. Formerly Juhl Wind, for over 35 years Dan Juhl led the development of community-based wind power with our farmer partners in rural America. 

  • Leader in small to mid-scale projects under 10MW

  • Pioneer in community-based energy development – partnering with local contractors, landowners/farmers, investors

  • Track record of success - over 25 fully-built projects to date, representing nearly 400 MWs and $800 million in value

  • They Involve local employers, investors, and contractors

JUHL ENERGY

OUR DEVELOPER FOR THE PROJECT

From the farmers we purchase corn from to make our renewable transportation fuels, the landowners who have leased their land for this project and those that participating in our Sustainable Corn Program, to assist us in lowering emissions, it takes a community to drive change (or make an impact in the world). The Rock County Farmers are helping the community each and every day. We are so grateful to each and every one of them.

ROCK COUNTY FARMERS

THE BACKBONE OF THE COMMUNITY