Two more wind projects approved for construction: City of Kawartha Lakes & Adelaide-Metcalfe Township

ist2_137405-rubber-stamp-approvedWPD: Sumac Ridge
City of Kawartha Lakes within the former Township of Manvers, Ontario. This is a Class 4 Wind Facility with a total expected generation capacity of 10.25 megawatts (MW).

Suncor:  Adelaide
 Adelaide-Metcalfe Township: Class 4 wind facility consisting of the construction, installation, operation, use and retiring of 18 turbines with a total nameplate capacity of 40 megawatts (MW). The wind facility will be connected to Hydro One’s distribution system.

8 thoughts on “Two more wind projects approved for construction: City of Kawartha Lakes & Adelaide-Metcalfe Township

  1. The Liberals are still allowing projects to be built, knowing they are harming people, with their useless, unaffordable, and unreliable machines. That is one more reason to call an election, ASAP!!

  2. Why do they bother to gather submissions prior to approving these wind scam projects? It looks to me as if almost all who take the time to make a submission object to wind turbines, especially on protected areas, eg, Oak Ridges Morraine. We have a “government” that pretends to be democratic, but is, in fact, enacting a dictatorship in Ontario.

    As Parachute Club said, “Rise up, rise up.” It’s time to end this vicious assault on our province, our people, our creatures and our land.

  3. There may not be a spring election as the NDP knows by now that they are in danger of losing all of their rural seats. Stay in power as long as possible.

  4. Now that Sumac Ridge is approved, one has to wonder about the status of the Buddhist undertaking.

    Would liked to have been a fly on the wall at the Buddhist / Chiarelli meeting.

    Will all four Manvers area wind projects be approved, or was there some kind of agreement to allow one or two IWT projects to move ahead with the idea that the Buddhists would have to buy some additional properties away from the turbines to complete their temples?

    Or maybe the Buddhists will have to follow through on their threat to abandon their plans and head for IWT-free pastures.

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