Cassadaga Onshore Wind Farm | RWE in the Americas
Cassadaga Onshore Wind Farm | RWE in the Americas

Chautauqua County, New York

Cassadaga Onshore Wind Farm

The Cassadaga Wind project is a 125 MW wind farm located in the Towns of Charlotte and Cherry Creek in Chautauqua County, NY. The project is located primarily on agricultural and recreational land and includes 37 turbines. The project's point of interconnection is National Grid's 115kV lines 161 and 162 near the existing Moon Road substation in the Town of Stockton. The project has the capacity to generate sufficient clean energy to power over 37,000 homes.

The project received its Certificate from the New York State Article 10 Siting Process and was also required to obtain other pertinent state, local and federal permits prior to construction and operation. Additional information on the Article 10 Siting Process can be found by clicking the links on this webpage, and a complete project record, including details of the most recent amendment, can be accessed on the NYS Department of Public Service’s Document and Matter Management System, Case Number 14-F-0490.

Facts & Figures

Project name

Cassadaga Wind


Towns of Charlotte, Cherry Creek and Stockton in Chautauqua County, NY



Area size

40,000 acres

Number of wind turbines


Installed capacity

125 MW

Estimated Number of Homes Powered


Location Document Repositories

Cassadaga Branch Library; 18 Maple Avenue, Cassadaga, NY 14718 (716-595-3822)

Sinclairville Free Library; 15 Main Street, Sinclairville, NY 14782 (716-962-5885)

Farman Free Library Association of Ellington; 748 North Park Ellington, NY 14732 (716-287-2945)