Meadow Lake V Wind Farm

Meadow Lake V is a 100-megawatt wind farm located in northwestern Indiana. The wind farm complements the area’s mixed agricultural production of cropland and pasture, allowing farmers the option to continue farming while also generating revenue from the wind turbines.

The project serves the Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative and Wabash Valley Power Association, both not-for-profit generation and transmission cooperatives that provides electric power and services to their members. Meadow Lake V delivers an important source of affordable renewable power to its customers and generates enough clean energy to meet the needs of more than 31,000 homes each year.

Investment Highlights

Initial Investment Date

  • December 2020


  • Indiana, United States


  • Energy Infrastructure – Wind


  • Operational

Cashflow Profile

  • 20 to 22-year, fixed-price power purchase agreements


  • Source of clean energy
  • Generates significant economic benefits to the community in the form of payments to landowners, local spending, and annual community investment