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At approximately 11:55 am today, a wind turbine owned by One Energy experienced a blade failure in Findlay, Ohio. The blade fell directly to the ground below the wind turbine. There were no injuries and no damage beyond One Energy’s property. By 12:00 pm, One Energy personnel were on site to immediately secure the scene and perform a full drone inspection of the wind turbine and site. Out of an abundance of caution, all wind turbines owned by One Energy have been shut down while a preliminary investigation is underway. One Energy will continue to communicate with the public as it has additional information. 

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January 22, 2024 – Wind Study | Question 1

Welcome back! After such a long break, it’s time to get back into the spin of things with the first Wind Study of 2024! This Wind Study is all about rotating bodies!  Learn what happens when the rotor on a wind turbine spins and see what the changing position of the rotor reveals about the wind speed with these questions.

 

Be sure to check back on Friday for the answers!­ 

One Energy announced it is launching a new electric semi-truck trial program known as “Just Roll”. One Energy has added the Daimler eCascadia Class 8 Battery BEV to the test fleet.

Read the full press release here.

January 18, 2024 – Wind Views | Class is in!

Did you know One Energy is a state-licensed training facility for Emergency Medical Technicians and Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians? We don’t settle for the industry standard, especially when it comes to safety. We strive to provide our employees with the best training possible so that they are equipped to handle every aspect of their job.

These One Energy employees are kicking off their first training of 2024 as students in our in-house EMT program.  Keep an eye out for our next Day In The Life where you’ll see the behind-the-scenes action of what it’s like for our staff to be in One Energy’s EMT course.

 

If you’re like us, you might be missing the sunny summer months – that’s why we’re highlighting our civil construction team with a few photos of them working under bluer skies. In this week’s Wind View, you can see our civil team prepping the ground with equipment like excavators and compactors to move terrain and grade the land. Their expertise helps make building the power grid of the future a warm breeze.

 

What do you do when you find Flat Stanley in the mail? Bring him to work with you!

If you aren’t familiar with it, Flat Stanley is a letter-writing project designed to increase reading and writing skills for schoolchildren and teach them about different places. A member of our Project Planning and Technology team received Flat Stanley, and what better way to show him Findlay than bringing him to One Energy’s North Findlay Wind Campus?

Stanley arrived just in time to hitch a ride to the top of a wind turbine with a couple of construction technicians while they performed some routine maintenance. Stanley got a behind-the-scenes view of why it’s so important to properly maintain and care for equipment while also enjoying some great views.

Thanks for visiting Stanley, have fun on your next adventure!


December 15, 2023 – Wind Study | Answer 11

It’s not February, but did you get your rose? Check your answers here to see if your wind rose is correct!

And be sure to share this educational series on Facebook and Twitter!

One Energy is excited to lead the Midwest’s electric semi-truck charging market. We are charging Orange EV’s e-TRIEVER heavy-duty yard truck and Penske’s medium-range eCascadia at our headquarters in Findlay, Ohio, and earlier this year, we energized our first Megawatt Hub charging site located at the North Findlay Wind Campus. Located close to key trucking interstates like I-75, I-80, and I-90 and near 15 nationwide distribution centers, One Energy’s Megawatt Hub offers the electric trucking industry access to large-scale charging where they need it.

One Energy’s Megawatt Hubs are another example of how we continue to innovate and develop customized energy solutions for our large industrial customers.

Read more in our press release here.

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