Canadian Company Plans Wind Farm

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Calgary-based Nexen has signed an agreement with Calgary’s GW Power Corporation to develop a 70 MW wind power project about 10 miles south of Fort McLeod, Alberta, Canada. Construction of the Soderglen Wind Power Project is expected to begin mid-2005, with commissioning and start-up expected in the fourth quarter of 2005. Nexen’s CEO, Charlie Fischer, said the arrangement support’s the company’s initiative to generate and sell power to industrial, commercial and public sector customers in Alberta, and should provide carbon offsets that will support their oil sands investments.
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