Wind power is providing a reliable revenue stream for the Coastal Community Action Program, an organization providing social services to low-income communities in southwest Washington including helping residents pay their energy bills. The four-turbine, 6 MW project generates 13,500,000 of kWh energy per year, delivering as much as $500,000 for CCAP’s programs. The State of Washington invested $5 million, which leveraged $15 million from major banks. The project is structured so that the investors take advantage of tax credits for the first seven years after which CCAP takes ownership.