Living beside a MASSIVE Solar Plant in Ontario

Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant near Sarnia, Ontario in Canada, is as of September 2010 the world’s largest photovoltaic plant with an installed capacity of 80 MW.  The plant covers 950 acres (380 ha) and contains about 966,000 square metres (96.6 ha), which is about 1.3 million thin film panels

13 thoughts on “Living beside a MASSIVE Solar Plant in Ontario

  1. When we hear the real stories instead of the flib flab BS from the politicians it’s a wonder there aren’t pitchforks and torches marching on Queen’s Park!

  2. And soon 800 acres of productive farm land to be covered by solar panels in Haldimand County. Thanks McGuinty and Samsung!

  3. I think the day is fast approaching when we will have civil unrest, the likes of which have never been seen before in this province.. This can’t go on much longer before something has to give…Only my opinion….

    • You are not the only one with this opinion. Civil unrest is fast approaching in many communities.

      • ‘tight’ is the word I use to describe the tension in our area.

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