IPC reviewing Silcote wind project

By Don Crosby, Owen Sound Sun Times

International Power Canada is reviewing its proposed industrial wind projects in the Kincardine and Meaford areas after the province left the proposals out of the latest round of approvals last week.  “We are determining what the future of these projects are at this time . . . there is not a short-term answer to the future of those projects,” David Timm, vice president of IPC, said in an interview Thursday. Read article

3 thoughts on “IPC reviewing Silcote wind project

  1. Careful folks, this could be a head fake to lessen opposition.

    • I couldn’t agree more Lynne. Carol Mitchell’s seat saver plan? We are across the road from the Capital Power project in Norfolk, which is in Toby Barret’s riding. Since the Liberals don’t have a chance in this riding anyway, they won’t be backing down on our potential nightmare.

  2. Many of us are working on that..she needs to go , you talk about 100 mile food markets etc and they have closed most of the small abbatoirs down so cattle farmers can’t even sell their beef locally without sending their beef to large kill facilies driving the costs up and making it too much of a hassle for many. Pretty killed that ..makes sense doesn’t ?
    The conservatives had a door to door campaign last week and two weeks prior to that. in the Grey/Bruce area

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