Ontario environment regulators are reviewing Sierra Nevada Power’s 9MW Trout Creek feed-in tariff project. The proponent, which bought the project in 2013, hired Ontario-headquartered Leader Resources Services Corp to develop, construct and operate the wind farm.
Sierra Nevada is a subsidiary of Colombia-based Santo Domingo Group, which holds 15% equity in SABMiller Plc, the second largest brewery in the world, and has holdings in hedge funds, private equity funds and direct investments. A renewable energy approval (REA) application for Trout Creek has been posted for a 60-day public review. Comments may be submitted through 9 September. Read article