The turbines themselves, located east of Wellington Road 16, between side roads 15 and 20, will likely be installed in the spring of 2014, wpd Canada president Ian MacRae said in an interview. The firm, a renewable energy developer that focuses on wind power, has scheduled a community meeting for Aug. 14 in the community room at the Elora Public Library. “There’ll be people there that can answer any questions that may come our way,” MacRae said.
Janet Vallery of the wind farm opposition group Oppose Belwood Wind Farms Association said her group will take that opportunity to continue protesting the project, voicing their concerns that the turbines will impact residents’ health and diminish area property values. Read article