Wind (onshore and offshore)
NRG has ownership in four wind farms in Texas – Green Mountain Wind–Elbow Creek, Green Mountain Wind–Langford, Green Mountain Wind–Sherbino and Green Mountain Wind–South Trent and Sherbino.
- The 120 MW Green Mountain Wind–Elbow Creek Wind Farm in Howard County near Big Spring consists of 53 Siemens wind turbine generators, each able to generate up to 2.3 MW of power.
- The 150 MW Green Mountain Wind–Langford Wind Farm 25 miles south of San Angelo uses 100 General Electric 1.5 MW wind turbine generators on approximately 35,000 acres of land.
- The 101 megawatt Green Mountain Wind–South Trent wind farm near Sweetwater consists of 44 Siemens 2.3 MW wind turbines capable, at maximum capacity, of powering more than 80,000 homes.
- NRG, along with BP Wind Energy, also developed the 150 MW Sherbino I Wind Farm in Pecos County. The Sherbino I Wind Farm consists of 50 Vestas wind turbine generators, each capable of generating up to 3 MW of power. The wind farm, which BP operates and dispatches, is located approximately 40 miles east of Fort Stockton on approximately 10,000 acres.
Offshore, NRG is developing projects off the coasts of Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey through its NRG Bluewater Wind subsidiary, which the Company acquired in 2009.