OPWE – Ostrander Point Wind Energy Park 22.5 MW – Ontario - Project Profile
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Ostrander Point Wind Energy LP (OPWE) a subsidiary of Gilead Power Corporation (Gilead) is planning to build a wind energy power park in Ontario, Canada.
The project involves the construction of a 22.5MW wind farm on 324 ha of land.
It includes the construction a one transformer substation, access roads and related infrastructure, and the installation of nine 2.5MW turbines and generators, and the laying of transmission lines.
OPWE appointed Stantec Consulting Ltd to prepare a Renewable Energy Approval (REA) Application.
Helimax Energy Inc, a part of GL Garrad Hassan has been appointed as acoustical consultant.
In November 2009, OPWE has applied for a Feed-In-Tariff contract from the Ontario Power Authority (OPA).
In April 2010, OPA awarded a Feed-In Tariff contract to OPWE.
On November 17, 2010, OPWE held public consultations.
On May 16, 2011, OPWE submitted the REA application to Ministry of the Environment (MoE).
On December 20, 2012, MoE approved the REA application filed by OPWE for the construction, installation, operation, use and retiring of the project.
In February 2016, environmental review process is underway.
In June 2016, the REA approval for the project was cancelled due to environmental issues.
In October 7, 2016, the project received the environmental approval.
As of June 2017, project is facing legal issues.
The project involves the construction of a 22.5MW wind power farm 324 ha of land in South Marysburgh, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada.
The US$40 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of wind tower foundations
2. Construction of one transformer substation
3. Construction of related infrastructure
4. Construction of access roads
5. Installation of nine 2.5MW turbines
6. Installation of generators
7. Laying of transmission lines
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