EverPower is a fast growing developer, owner, and operator of utility scale wind projects in the US.
Wind power is one of the fastest growing sources of electricity worldwide. Our first wind farm became operational in 2008, and since then we have consistently delivered best-in-class wind projects which provide a strong foundation for continued growth into the future.

EverPower’s mission to honor our core values and apply integrity and innovation to all we do has made us the success we are today. We take great pride in the positive influence our work has on our industry and the nation’s clean energy supply, as well as on the people and places integral to our efforts. We strive to be a good neighbor in the communities in which we operate by working together with local stakeholders from early in the development process right on through the operational life of our wind farms.

The company currently owns and operates 752 MWs of wind turbines across seven sites, with a focus on the liquid PJM electricity network, but we also operate projects in NYISO and CAISO and are now expanding into other market. EverPower uses a mix of greenfield development and strategic acquisitions to fuel its growth and continues to seek out opportunities to grow the company.

The company’s current wind pipeline includes 20 projects capable of delivering over 2,000MWs of clean power into the grid in 8 states. 1,000 MWs of that capacity is targeted to come online within the next three years. We are also now progressing targeted solar and battery storage projects where they complement our core wind activities.

EverPower is owned by Terra Firma, a leading private equity firm and is poised to continue our growth in the renewable energy sector.


  • nytimes.com: May 6, 2014
    The effects of human-induced climate change are being felt in every corner of the United States, scientists reported Tuesday, with water growing scarcer in dry regions, torrential rains increasing in wet regions, heat waves becoming more common and more severe, wildfires growing worse, and forests dying under assault from heat-loving insects.
  • msn.com: March 31, 2014
    YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP) — If the world doesn’t cut pollution of heat-trapping gases, the already noticeable harms of global warming could spiral “out of control,” the head of a United Nations scientific panel warned Monday.
  • AWEA: February 2014

    New DOE data show that the states that use the most wind energy have seen the largest electric rate declines.

    The 11 states that produce more than 7 percent of their electricity from wind energy have seen their electricity prices fall by 0.37 percent over the last 5 years, while all other states have seen their electricity prices increase by 7.79 percent over that time period.

  • Pittsburgh Business Times: January 2, 2014

    UPMC has joined 76 other Pennsylvania organizations in committing to buy green power as part of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Green Power Partnership.

    The organizations will buy more than 1.2 billion kilowatt hours of green energy each year, which is equivalent to the annual electricity needs of 120,000 average American homes…

  • PNAS: May, 2013
    When wind or solar energy displace conventional generation, the reduction in emissions varies dramatically across the United States. Although the Southwest has the greatest solar resource, a solar panel in New Jersey displaces significantly more sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and particulate matter than a panel in Arizona, resulting in 15 times more health and environmental benefits.