Infinity Renewables is a leading wind and solar energy project developer focused on developing high quality projects and moving them to market. Infinity’s experience covers the entire project life cycle, and throughout we stand by our commitment to provide our landowners and their communities with the mutually beneficial opportunity to participate in renewable energy projects. We are proud to know our work contributes to the ultimate goal of clean, renewable, and domestic energy sources.
The Infinity Renewables goal is to create successful long-term partnerships with each landowner where we all benefit from every project. We pride ourselves on being accessible to our landowners and by respecting the land as you do, since wind and solar projects are only possible through collaboration.
Our team is comprised of highly experienced professionals with expertise in all aspects of the renewable energy field. Infinity has a very high success rate with building projects and we view success not as a portfolio of potential projects, but as a portfolio of completed projects.
The development process for wind and solar energy projects is complex and evolves as the projects evolve. We provide answers to some of the most common questions we hear about wind and solar development. If you have other questions, you can ask us here.
Westar Energy has contracted with a California company to construct a new 280-megawatt wind farm in Ford County, using Hutchinson-manufactured Siemens Wind nacelles. Power from the $400 million-plus Western Plains Wind Farm, a development by Infinity Wind Power of Santa Barbara, will bring Westar’s renewable energy…Read Full Story | Download PDF
Topeka, Kan., Dec. 22, 2015 – More Kansas wind will help power the homes and businesses of Westar Energy’s customers by early 2017. Westar Energy Inc. (NYSE:WR) announced today an agreement that will add nearly 300 megawatts to its growing wind energy portfolio. Westar in collaboration with Infinity Wind Power will construct the Western…Read Full Story | Download PDF
Xcel Energy Inc., the biggest U.S. provider of wind power, plans to boost its wind capacity by about 14 percent to reduce fuel costs. Xcel’s Southwestern Public Service unit is asking regulators for permission to buy power from almost 700 megawatts of wind farms in Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico, the Minneapolis-based company said yesterday in a…Read Full Story | Download PDF