Wind Companies lining up in Lambton-Middlesex – another 430MW (~280 turbines)

2013 MLWAG mapOn top of the 360+ turbines installed, these are also being proposed:

  • Suncor Nauvoo Project             60MW
  • NextEra Hardy Creek Project 120MW
  • EDF-EN Churchill Project       150MW
  • Enerfin Sydeham Project         100MW

Sarnia Observer, Paul Morden
Another energy company is proposing a wind turbine project in Lambton County. Mayor Don McGugan said representatives of Enerfin attended a council meeting this week to speak with Brooke-Alvinston Township officials. McGugan said the proposed site for the wind project is on the east side of Brooke-Alvinston, and west side of neighbouring Enniskillen Township.

“They have some landowners signed up, so they say,” McGugan said Friday. Sebastien Verzeni, director of Enerfin Canada, said the company has been active in Lambton for a little more than two months, after acquiring the Sydenham wind power project proposal from Mainstream Renewable Power.

Verzeni said the company has been talking with landowners and looking at locations for the project infrastructure, as well as beginning consultations with the community. Public open houses are expected to be held at the end of July, he said. Read article

2 thoughts on “Wind Companies lining up in Lambton-Middlesex – another 430MW (~280 turbines)

  1. Canadian Billionaire Fred Mannix recently hosted his annual meet & greet bbq at his 1000-acre duck-shooting estate near Long Point, Ontario, Canada.

    Local Member of Parliament and Minister of Public Works and Government Services, the Honourable Diane Finley attended, and so did local Member of Provincial Parliament, Toby Barrett.

    Many of the party-goers were surprised to see Ms. Finley relied on a cane for support throughout the evening.

    She was not quoted as saying, “Whenever I come out here I lose my balance—actually it’s quite dangerous. I think it has something to do with Mike Crawley’s windmills that are spinning just two or three kilometres away and emitting sound and electrical pollution. Certainly I’m aware they’ve caused many complaints locally and our government is well aware of the corruption and the fact these projects holding contracts with the federal and provincial governments, relied on false information from the very beginning. Unfortunately it would take an army to trace the billions of dollars of dirty monies that have been generated by these projects, and frankly, I can find easier ways to get elected.”

    The crowd was diverse and included other rich & famous, super-duper millionaires, local gentry, and one Dr. Scott Petrie, biologist and on-the-scene wheeler-dealer, well-known for his last minute objections to Mike Crawley’s wind energy projects in 2005, and the subsequent deal that he brokered which allowed the offending projects to be built, and the owners to pocket billions.

  2. Don’t think it would take an army to trace the dirty monies. Just get moving and do this!

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