A vision for the future. The expertise to arrive there.
Since 2002, the team at Enyo Renewable Energy has forged a path to sustainability across the Intermountain West. Through successful collaboration between policy makers, utilities, landowners, business stakeholders and civic leaders, Enyo Renewable Energy has established a foundation for leadership in developing renewable energy solutions. Over the past 15 years in the fast-paced renewable sphere, the company’s leadership has established a track record for success through a variety of projects, geographies and opportunities.
Utah Business: 2019 30 Women To Watch Honorees8, May
A dynamic and recognized leader in the development of Utah’s renewable energy, Christine Watson Mikell is an engineer by education and an entrepreneur by practice. The developer of Utah’s first utility-scale wind farm in Spanish Fork and another in Monticello, she has advocated for Utah to be a leader in affordable, clean energy for the past decade. A founding board member of Utah Clean Energy, she currently serves as a member of the Cottonwood Heights City Council. Ms. Mikell is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and received her MBA from the University of Utah. And she strives for excellence in every aspect of her life, whether it’s developing renewable energy projects, serving the community as a city council member, or raising her family.
City of Fort Collins: Roundhouse Renewable Energy Project16, May
The Roundhouse Renewable Energy Project has the potential to assist the City with its Climate Action goals by reducing community-wide emissions almost 10% (if fully online in 2021).
Platte River Power Authority: Roundhouse Renewable Energy Project16, May
Platte River became the first utility in the region to provide wind energy to Colorado customers in 1998.
PRPA’s 150-megwatt wind project will be tracked on website.26, April
People interested in Platte River Power Authority’s efforts to build renewable power sources will now be able to track developments of the Roundhouse Renewable Energy Project through a new website.
Platte River Power Authority Tuesday signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) for 150 megawatts of new wind power capacity.23, January
Enyo Renewable Energy’s subsidiary, Roundhouse Renewable Energy LLC, will construct the Roundhouse project with up to 75 wind turbines across 14,000 acres of land as well as the additional transmission capacity needed to bring the carbon-free energy to Platte River’s four municipalities.
Huge wind farm could reduce Fort Collins electricity rates, triple wind power.8, January
Fort Collins’ electricity provider is nearing the finish line for a wind power project that could save residents money and make almost half its delivered electricity renewable. Roundhouse Renewable Energy, a 150-megawatt wind farm, would triple Platte River Power Authority’s wind capacity.
Carbon neutral makes case as viable option8, December
Fort Collins has a path forward for carbon neutral electricity — and no coal — by 2030. On Thursday, Platte River Power Authority — the electricity provider for Fort Collins, Loveland, Estes Park and Longmont — unveiled details about what could be the most affordable way to get there.
Op-ed: Is Utah missing the renewable
Rocky Mountain Power intends to invest $3.5 billion for renewable energy infrastructure, mainly in Wyoming and Idaho. Why not in Utah?
30th Anniversary of the Utah Rural Summit24, July
Linda Clark Gillmor, Director, Office of Rural Development invited Christine Mikell to present at the Governor’s Rural Summit at Southern Utah University this year. Enyo was chosen to speak because it is seen as a successful rural businesses from the energy sector. Governor Gary Herbert, and Lt. Governor Spencer Cox also spoke about their "25K Jobs in 25 Rural Counties by 2020" Goal
Energy & Natural Resources RoundtableJuly
Enyo CEO, Christine Mikell was one of several energy leaders asked to sit on a panel for Utah Business Magazine to discuss the state of the state of energy in Utah
"Glenrock Will Be Operational in 2016"10, April
The Pioneer Wind Park project, which was developed by Christine Watson Mikell in 2009 began generating clean renewable energy in November 2016.
Monticello's 126 Million Dollar Wind Farm Nears Startup13, December
The Latigo Wind Project took more than 10 years to develop by Enyo principal Christine Watson Mikell. It was the first wind farm to go in the ground in Utah roughly six years, The power stays in Utah while boosting local revenues.
Kite Festival Celebrates Wind Farm04, September
Utah's first wind power community celebrated the power of wind and the Spanish Fork's wind farm completion — a landmark for the city — with a Kite festival.
Celebrate Wind Power Special Section04, September
The Spanish Fork Press dedicated an entire section of their newspaper to wind power. The six page section contained several articles focused on the facts of wind power, wind farm construction, it's benefits to the community and the Kite Festival celebration.
Utah's First Wind Farm29, August
A Deseret News article about Utah's first wind farm up and running in Spanish Fork Canyon. Enyo CEO Christine Mikell, a developer of the first commercial scale wind farm in Utah.
Renewable Energy UpdateSpring
Rocky Mountain Power purchased the green attributes on behalf of it's Blue Sky participants, which facilitated the construction and operation of the Spanish Fork Wind Project. Enyo CEO Christine Mikell prepared the response for Rocky Mountain Power’s request for proposal for this.
Turbines to give Nebo Schools a windfall12, November
The Nebo school district in Spanish Fork will receive tax benefits from the construction Utah's first commercial wind farm.
Proposed Wind Farm for Spanish Fork Canyon26, April
After thorough testing, project Manager Christine Watson Mikell declares that the Spanish Fork location is... "the best wind site in Utah."
Wind & Solar Energy Conference01, October
Program and Agenda from the first Wind and Solar Energy Conference in Utah which was organized and lead by Christine Watson Mikell.
Utah Has the Potential to Generate Wind Power to Meet State's Needs30, September
Utah Has the potential to generate wind power to meet state’s needs. While Christine Watson Mikell was an energy Engineer at the Utah Energy Office, she funded a wind map which told those interested in developing wind in Utah where to find it.
Nation Debates Wind PowerJuly
An op-ed piece written by Edwin Stafford, Associate Department head & Professor at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Cathy L. Hartman, who at the time was a Utah State University Professor, and Christine Watson Mikell. This article dispels environmental myths about wind power.
Wind Power Not Just a Lot of Hot Air05, January
Utah's anemometer program, started by Christine Watson Mikell, was highlighted in this Salt Lake Tribune article in 2003. The anemometer loan program led to the development and construction of Utah’s second wind farm.
Salt Lake City Buying Clean Wind Energy05, January
In 2002 Salt Lake City became the largest purchaser of wind energy. Now, in 2017 Salt Lake announces plans to transition the city to 100% clean energy by 2032.
Utah Urged to Try Renewable Energy23, February
Christine Watson Mikell, pushed for a Renewable Portfolio Standard, with goal of 20 percent by 2020. Utah has a Renewable Energy Goal which the state is expected to meet.