Projects in Operation

Patriot Renewables has been involved in the construction and operation of successful wind projects in Maine and Massachusetts.

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Canton Mountain Wind  

Located in Canton, Maine, this project consists of 8 turbines, with a total project capacity of 22.8 megawatts.  It is connected to the grid via the substation near Ludden Lane in Canton that was built for the Saddleback Ridge Wind project in 2014.  Canton Mountain Wind officially went online in November 2017.

Saddleback Ridge Wind  

Located in Carthage, Maine, the Saddleback Ridge Wind Project is a 34.2 megawatt project consisting of 12  2.85-megawatt GE turbines. Three turbines began operating in December 2014 and the remaining nine were completed in September 2015.

Spruce Mountain Wind  

Located in Woodstock, Maine, the Spruce Mountain Wind Project consists of 10 turbines and has a total capacity of 20 megawatts. Patriot developed, constructed, and operates this project. It has been operational since December 2011.

Beaver Ridge Wind  

Located in Freedom, Maine, the Beaver Ridge Wind Project consists of 3 turbines with a total capacity of 4.5 megawatts. Patriot constructed and now operates this project. It has been operational since November, 2008.

Massachusetts Maritime Academy

This single-turbine project produces up to 660 kilowatts at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts. Jay Cashman Inc. constructed this project and it has been operational since 2006.


The Agriwind Project is a 8.4 megawatt project near Princeton, IL, comprised of 4 Suzlon S88 2.1 MW turbines. The project was commissioned in early 2008, and we became the majority partner of the project at the end of 2018.

Stoughton Landfill Solar Project

Stoughton Solar Landfill is a 1.2 MW DC solar project located in Stoughton, Massachusetts. It has been operational since August, 2020.