How’s this for ‘community consultation?’
Suncor rep: “Once finalized, we will share our construction plans with the community and continue the dialogue with our stakeholders,” he said.
Paul Morden, Sarnia Observer
Suncor Energy was issued building permits for 27 wind turbines it plans to erect in Plympton-Wyoming, after filing a court motion. The permits were issued in early November, according to the company. The 27 turbines planned for Plympton-Wyoming are part of Suncor’s 46-turbine Cedar Point wind project that received provincial environmental approval in August.
“There were some challenges in the issuance of our building permits and Suncor filed a court motion to ensure that our project timelines do not contravene our contract with the province,” Suncor spokesperson Jason Vaillant said by e-mail. He said Suncor’s contract with the Ontario Power Authority requires that it have the Cedar Point project built and operating in 2016, or face penalties. “However, we have resolved this issue with the Town of Plympton-Wyoming and our building permits are now in hand.” Read article