Manitoulin Expositor, by Alicia McCutcheon
MCLEAN’S MOUNTAIN—Islanders will see some of the 24 wind turbines atop McLean’s Mountain begin to turn as the commissioning process begins this week on the Northland Power McLean’s Mountain wind farm project.
Paul Kaminski, construction project manager with Northland Power, spoke with The Expositor on Friday afternoon, explaining that the underwater cable and transmission station was to be “energized,” starting the night of March 7 with the commissioning of the wind turbines to begin this week. Construction on the last of the turbines was finished on December 28 with the entire project expected to be wrapped up by May, Mr. Kaminski said. However, he added, “there are many things that could come up during this time.” Read article