With the construction of the Enel Green Power Alta Farms II wind farm in northwest DeWitt County underway, the physical presence of the company will begin to shift as we head to the summer.
Tom Swierczewski, who has been front and center in the company's bid to build wind turbines in DeWitt County for the past several years, will be transitioning most of the visibility to Brayten McGee, who is the construction manager for the project.
Tradewind Energy, before being acquired by Enel, leased their current location through the DeWitt County Restoration Association. According to Swierczewski, Enel will soon transition out of that location and notes McGee and his team will soon become the point of contact for the community.
The newest edition of the DeWitt County Board has dedicated a lot of its attention to this project, many thought it may cancel the project, but Swierczewski continues to report mostly positive feedback on their end about this project that is now underway.
enelgreenpower.com/altafarms has information available about the project that is now underway in DeWitt County, including daily announcements of work that is planned for each day.