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Side-view mirrors are usually used for driving assistance, but they can also give a new creative way to look at One Energy’s wind turbines! One Energy’s service truck fleet is fantastic for helping provide our construction team with what they need to get things done in the field; they have tons of tool storage, are equipped with cranes, and provide ways to transport large or heavy-duty items. And when the trucks are parked just right in the laydown yard, they capture a unique view of the turbines at the North Findlay Wind Campus!
There are many great things about fall – college football, sweater weather, and all things pumpkin spice. But one of the things we love the most about fall is the field trips. It’s a joy showing spirited students of all ages around One Energy’s North Findlay Wind Campus as the cool autumn breeze begins to blow.
Recently, One Energy CEO Jereme Kent and Factor This! Podcast host John Engel had an excellent discussion about the current state of the power grid.
Read the article and watch/listen to the podcast episode here.
The One Energy Team sends a heartfelt farewell to all the outstanding universities who hosted us at their career fairs this fall! Thank you to Ohio State University, the University of Michigan, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Toledo for having us, and to all the curious and enthusiastic students who visited our booths.
The Courier’s Lou Wilin highlights One Energy’s ability to supply high-volume power to industries like electric semi-truck charging.
Read the full article here.
One Energy has unveiled the initial configuration and energization of its 30 megawatt (MW) electric semi-truck fleet charging site, located at its first Megawatt Hub in Findlay, Ohio.
Read the full press release here.
You can actually stay home for this field trip! One Energy enjoyed partnering with Ohio Energy Project for their fourth annual virtual field trip (VFT) at the North Findlay Wind Campus. For this VFT, One Energy Educational Engineer Kevin took students on a tour through our laydown yard where they got an up-close look at turbine components and learned all about wind energy – all from the comfort of their home or classroom! The tour allows students from anywhere to join in, learn from real-world professionals, and gain real-time answers to any questions they may have.
Here are some behind-the-scenes photos of this year’s tour. Hope to see you log in for the next one!
Revisit this year’s VFT on YouTube.