Renewable Energy Specialists

We treat landowners as family, and we collaborate with local governments. Our specialized knowledge of the Intermountain West with our focus on building relationships, allows us to build for the long-term while providing benefits to the communities and landowners we partner with.

our Team

Christine Mikell


Christine is an entrepreneur and a pioneer. She is a dynamic and recognized leader in the renewable energy field. As an engineer, she understands the complexities of electricity and the science of making renewable energy available to the grid. Combined with her MBA, she understands how to make renewable energy pay. What sets Christine apart is her ability to negotiate lease agreements with landowners, brief county commissions and city councils and testify before state public service commissions.

In 2004, Christine moved from state government to the private sector when she joined Wasatch Wind and brought the relationships, she had built at the Utah State Energy Office to facilitate moving through the complicated process of energy development.

In 2016 Christine founded Enyo Renewable Energy. Combined with her funding partner, they have invested more than a half billion dollars on projects across the United States. In Utah alone, Enyo has projects under development that can add 500 MWs per year of energy to Utah’s electrical grid (or enough to power 142,000 homes).

Christine’s work ethic, integrity, and vision were instrumental in the successful development of the first utility-scale wind energy project in the state of Utah as well as 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 record of accomplishment. 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.

Greg Probst

project development and land acquisition

Mr. Probst has over thirty-five years’ experience in legal practice and power project development and management, with emphasis on business transactions, project development and permitting, project management, and representation of independent power producers. Mr. Probst has been an officer and/or director of companies involved in electric power development, electric power production, generation equipment leasing and sales, and natural gas marketing. He has also participated in the development of combined cycle generation, cogeneration, wind, solar, hydroelectric, biomass, biogas, and pumped storage facilities. Mr. Probst received a JD from the University of Utah College of Law and has served on the State of Utah Energy Council.

Tyson Schreiner

GIS specialist

Tyson brings eighteen years of experience in Geographical Information Services (GIS). From 1999 to 2011, Tyson worked for several companies serving as a GIS Specialist. In 2011, Tyson founded Neatline, LLC, a GIS consulting company located in Wisconsin (fortunately for Enyo, Tyson can make maps from across the country). Tyson’s work includes converting, analyzing, and displaying spatial data using software programs to create maps that are integral to our operations. Tyson’s specific expertise lies in coordinating GIS support for a handful of natural resources, cultural resources, and planning projects.