EEW – Highland Wind Farm 102.5 MW – Wisconsin - Project Profile
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Highland Wind Farm LLC, a subsidiary of Emerging Energies of Wisconsin (EEW) is planning to undertake the development of a wind farm in Wisconsin, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 102.5MW renewable energy facility known as "Highland wind farm".
The project will include the construction of a substation, the installation of 44 wind turbines, access tracks, crane pads, safety equipment, the laying of transmission lines and other power related infrastructure.
Stantec has been appointed as the Lead consultant to undertake the design of the wind farm layout, environmental field studies, wetland/water quality permitting, erosion control permitting, agency meetings, sound/noise modeling, shadow/flicker analysis, photosimulation studies, road and infrastructure preliminary assessments, public meeting support and expert witness testimony for the project.
On January 27 2012, EEW submitted its first planning application to the city council. Following a series of consultations and review, the proposals were rejected by the council a couple of times.
In October 2013, the PSC reversed course and approved the project.
In December 2013, the commission of Wisconsin had rejected a rehearing request for the project.
On July 7, 2016, project secured regulatory approvals from the Public Service Commission.
As of August 2017, project is being delayed due to trial in court.
The wind farm involves the construction of a 102.5MW renewable energy facility in Wisconsin.
The US$250 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a substation
2. Installation of 44 wind turbines
3. Construction of access tracks
4. Installation of crane pads
5. Installation of safety equipment
6. Laying of transmission lines
7. Construction of other power related infrastructure
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