Montana's legacy hydroelectric dams and new wind farms form the foundation of the state's renewable energy generating mix. With ample natural resources, Montana is well-suited for utility scale renewable energy projects that can meet both in-state and export market demands. The map below highlights the utility-scale renewable energy projects active in the state.
MREA has created a series of video and written profiles of renewable energy projects and businesses throughout Montana.
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Program
The U.S. Department of Energy has extensive information available. You can visit the WINDExchange website to learn more about Montana wind, or you can look up your City Energy profile.
MONTANA ENERGY OFFICE
The MT Department of Environmental Quality has information about the state's Alternative Energy Revolving Loan program, conservation tax credits, statewide energy statistics, and details about renewable energy resources.
About the Data
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