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Wolfe Island, Ontario wind farm in operation

Canadian Hydro Developers, Inc. says its 197.8 MW Wolfe Island wind facility has begun commercial operation. The second-largest wind facility of its kind in Canada, the Wolfe Island project was completed on schedule, with a total capital cost of about $478 million.

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Canadian Hydro Developers, Inc. says its 197.8 MW Wolfe Island wind facility has begun commercial operation.

The second-largest wind facility of its kind in Canada, the Wolfe Island project was completed on schedule, with a total capital cost of about $478 million.

Wolfe Island, located near Kingston, is expected to generate about 594 GWh annually of renewable energy.

Wolfe Island has a 20-year renewable energy supply contract with the Ontario Power Authority for the purchase of electricity and renewable energy certificates.

Canadian Hydro Developers, Inc. is a diversified developer, owner, and operator of 21 renewable energy generation facilities in Canada totalling net 694 MW of capacity in operation, with 185 MW in and nearing construction.

JOC News Service

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