Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility
Located near Ellensburg in Kittitas County, PSE's second wind facility — Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility – has 149 turbines spanning across 10,000 acres. The facility can generate up to 273 megawatts of electricity, enough to serve more than 80,000 homes. Wild Horse came on line in December 2006, and was expanded in 2009.
Wild Horse benefits the surrounding community by creating jobs and providing leasing income for landowners. The facility also produces significant local tax revenue.
Wild Horse also contains one of the Pacific Northwest's largest solar-power arrays.
PSE also operates the Renewable Energy Center at Wild Horse. Check out the tours and recreational opportunities we offer at the facility and visit facebook.com/wildhorseREC for more information.
Take a hike!
Explore spectacular wildflower displays on guided hikes led by local naturalists and native-plant enthusiasts on the 5th Annual Wildflower & Wind Power Hike at Wild Horse Wind & Solar Facility. Learn more