Posted By Paul Jankowski Owen Sound Sun Times
Tribute Resources is continuing to look for land to lease for its proposed 240 megawatt wind farm in the Mar area as the company jockeys to make its project more appealing to the Ontario Power Authority, the agency which decides which generating ventures get the green light, a consultant with Tribute says.
“We’re still out doing some more leasing . . . We’re just doing some infilling to get more contiguous parcels,” Jennifer Lewis said in a recent interview.
The company announced last month that Mar Silver Birch Limited Partnership, a firm it set up to develop the wind project, has “executed options to lease lands with 35 landowners for approximately 10,000 acres on which to place the turbines.” Continue reading