Enyo Renewable Energy has a proven track record of developing successful renewable energy projects in the Intermountain West. Here is what people are saying:
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 back from the Four Corners School property line, and she said she would find a way to make it work, and she was as good as her word.
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 and get back to you and tell you what you need to know.
Christine Watson Mikell told us what the project was going to be like even before they started building. She kept us up to speed every step of the way, sending us regular emails and once in awhile, she’d call me on the phone. She told us the truth about what was going on.
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 showed that she was a steadfast problem-solver and leader.
Utah Clean Energy
Utah’s first utility-scale wind farm located in Spanish Fork would not have come to fruition if not for Christine’s collaboration, tenacity and smarts.
(previously AWEA Deputy Director, Community and Distributed Wind)
I’ve known Christine for more than a decade. I first worked with her when she was the wind contact for the state of Utah during my stint with Wind Powering America. WPA is an organization set up by the U.S. Department of Energy designed to increase renewable wind energy development across the country; this includes farmers, ranchers, Native Americans, rural and consumer-owned utilities.