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Whynotts Community Wind

Kapazität:
4 MW
Land:
36
Region:
Nova Scotia
Inbetriebnahme:
2014
Windräder:
2

Whynotts Community Wind is a proposed wind energy generation facility jointly owned by juwi and The Nova Scotia Assembly of Mi’kmag Chiefs, located on private land, approximately 5km east of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. The project is proposed under Nova Scotia Department of Energy’s Community Feed-In-Tariff program. Project development will occur over the next few years, and will require a full Environmental Assessment to ensure that the project is developed in a manner fitting of the biological and cultural surroundings. Once constructed, the project will likely consist of two wind turbines and would be able to generate approximately 4 megawatts this is enough capacity for Whynotts Community Wind to produce enough energy to power more than 1200 Nova Scotia homes with stable, local, renewable energy. A general map of the approximate project area can be found below and More details about the potential project will be made available soon.

Whynotts Community Wind is a proposed wind energy generation facility jointly owned by juwi and The Nova Scotia Assembly of Mi’kmag Chiefs, located on private land, approximately 5km east of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. The project is proposed under Nova Scotia Department of Energy’s Community Feed-In-Tariff program. Project development will occur over the next few years, and will require a full Environmental Assessment to ensure that the project is developed in a manner fitting of the biological and cultural surroundings. Once constructed, the project will likely consist of two wind turbines and would be able to generate approximately 4 megawatts this is enough capacity for Whynotts Community Wind to produce enough energy to power more than 1200 Nova Scotia homes with stable, local, renewable energy. A general map of the approximate project area can be found below and More details about the potential project will be made available soon.

Whynotts Community Wind is a proposed wind energy generation facility jointly owned by juwi and The Nova Scotia Assembly of Mi’kmag Chiefs, located on private land, approximately 5km east of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. The project is proposed under Nova Scotia Department of Energy’s Community Feed-In-Tariff program. Project development will occur over the next few years, and will require a full Environmental Assessment to ensure that the project is developed in a manner fitting of the biological and cultural surroundings. Once constructed, the project will likely consist of two wind turbines and would be able to generate approximately 4 megawatts this is enough capacity for Whynotts Community Wind to produce enough energy to power more than 1200 Nova Scotia homes with stable, local, renewable energy. A general map of the approximate project area can be found below and More details about the potential project will be made available soon.

Whynotts Community Wind is a proposed wind energy generation facility jointly owned by juwi and The Nova Scotia Assembly of Mi’kmag Chiefs, located on private land, approximately 5km east of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. The project is proposed under Nova Scotia Department of Energy’s Community Feed-In-Tariff program. Project development will occur over the next few years, and will require a full Environmental Assessment to ensure that the project is developed in a manner fitting of the biological and cultural surroundings. Once constructed, the project will likely consist of two wind turbines and would be able to generate approximately 4 megawatts this is enough capacity for Whynotts Community Wind to produce enough energy to power more than 1200 Nova Scotia homes with stable, local, renewable energy. A general map of the approximate project area can be found below and More details about the potential project will be made available soon.


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