The past we inherit.
Enyo Renewable Energy is an independent solar and wind company that specializes in developing utility-scale renewable energy projects in the Intermountain West.
Enyo understands what it takes to site and complete solar and wind projects in the region’s vast deserts and mountain valleys.
We are committed to successful collaboration with every community that will benefit from the development of a renewable energy project. We are committed to meeting the demand for clean energy that will help clear the air and conserve water.
Enyo Renewable Energy has been honored by Utah Business Magazine and Rocky Mountain Power as a recipient of a Green Business Award.
The program honors the best green practices and efforts in Utah by recognizing companies, communities and individuals who are making strides in environmental sustainability.
Wind Project Website Launched
Roundhouse Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of Enyo Renewable Energy, launched a website on Earth Day – roundhouse-renewable.com – from which people may obtain information about the wind project and its progress through the regulatory and construction phases, as well as engage with project developers.
Excerpts from Wind Uprising
The 2010 documentary film Wind Uprising tells the story of the first industrial-scale renewable wind energy project developed in the state of Utah. Written by Edwin Stafford, PhD, Utah State University’s Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, produced and directed by Michelle Nunez, and narrated by former U.S. Senator Jake Garn.
Wind Uprising is documentary film by Michelle Nunez of GreenTech Films.
If you would like to purchase the full video, please contact email@example.com.
Proven Track Record of Renewable Energy Projects
Because of Christine Watson Mikell's work ethic, her integrity and her vision, she is given much of the credit for developing the first utility-scale wind energy project in the state of Utah, and two bigger projects, the Latigo Wind Park in Monticello, Utah and the Pioneer Wind Project in Glenrock, Wyoming.
No other renewable energy company in the region can match her track record. Since 2010, Christine has developed two of the three wind projects operating in the state of Utah. The energy generated by those two projects goes only to Utah-based utility customers. Construction of the Pioneer Wind Project in Glenrock, Wyoming began in February 2016. This is the first utility scale wind project to be constructed in Wyoming since 2011.
Christine knows and understands every aspect of what it takes to bring a renewable energy development process online in the Intermountain West. Whether it's negotiating lease agreements with cattle ranchers, briefing county commissions, city councils or testifying before state public service commissions, she knows what it takes to get the job done.
Enyo Renewable Energy has a proven track record of developing successful renewable energy projects in the Intermountain West. Here is what people are saying:
Former Executive Director and Founder Four Corners School of Outdoor Education@ Canyon Country Discovery Center
Christine is a good listener. In our meetings, she made it clear that the company wanted to be a good neighbor and collaborator. For example, I asked that the wind turbines be set one kilometer...
Converse County Commissioner and Ranch Owner
We started working directly with Christine Watson Mikell early on in the project and she was in charge of development...Christine is up front. She tells it like it is. If you ask a question and she doesn't know the answer, she'll find out...
Professor of Marketing and Associate Department Head, Management Department
Jon M Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, Logan
Working with Christine Watson Mikell in those early years on wind power outreach was fun and filming her in the development of the Spanish Fork Wind Project...
Where do we operate?
Our current pipeline includes wind and solar energy development projects in the Intermountain West. Our unique regional focus allows us to become area experts, enabling us to maneuver efficiently through the policies and processes of energy development in the Intermountain West.