Suncor wind farm decision expected Thursday

Members of WAIT-Plympton-Wyoming at a rally in Sarnia, last year: will Big Wind win over the citizens of Ontario again?
Members of WAIT-Plympton-Wyoming at a rally in Sarnia, last year: will Big Wind win over the citizens of Ontario again?

The Independent, March 3, 2015

The Environmental Review Tribunal is expected to rule March 4 on whether Suncor Energy can move ahead with its Cedar Point wind project.

The company has been planning the 43-turbine project in Plympton-Wyoming and Lambton Shores for years but has faced stiff opposition from the community. WAIT – We’re Against Industrial Turbines – was formed to try to stop the project.

WAIT, as well as the County of Lambton, were part of a hearing held mostly in Camlachie in December and January, aimed at stopping the project. The Bryce Family, who will have a number of turbines around their home, also were part of the appeal.

The final arguments were heard Feb. 19 and the tribunal is expected to release a decision March 4.

In the history of wind projects in Ontario, the ERT has only stopped one project because of concerns it could damage the environment of the area.

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Barbara
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Parker, The SEC, Form 10-K Pattern Energy Group for fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2014 is now available.

The financial records for South Kent and Grand Wind are included.
http://www.sec.gov.edgar/searchedgar/companysearch.html

Enter: Pattern Energy Group
Click on Pattern Energy Group Inc.(red numbers) > Form 10-K. Scroll all the way down to the Canadian information.

No direct link to this information.

Barbara
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U.S.SEC
http://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/companysearch.html

Search:enter NextEra Energy
Select: NextEra Energy Partners > Forms 10-K and 10K/A

Consolidated financial records.
Then see: Exhibits 10.10 and 10.7 (A)

Wind & Solar projects now in NextEra Energy Partners, LP

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