West Lincoln, Niagara & Haldimand

HAF WIND ENERGY – 5 Turbines – 10MW

Current Status: commissioned

Project Website:   haf wind energy

Link to MAPS – MAPS

HAF Wind turbine locations:

West Lincoln Wind Action Group

Vineland Power Inc. (VPI) was formed in 2009 by Martin Langbroek, Larry Dykstra and Darrell Boer, residents of Niagara.  Vineland Power Inc. has retained IPC Energy Inc. (IPC Energy) to develop the project. IPC Energy has retained Morrison Hershfield Limited to perform the necessary environmental studies and consultation.Project Description: The HAF Wind Energy Project is located in south-western Ontario, in the Township of West Lincoln, in the Niagara Region. Pursuant to the Act and Regulation, the project is considered to be a Class 4 wind facility. This project has a total name plate capacity of approximately 10 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy. All wind turbines are to be placed in open agricultural fields within the required setbacks from residences, natural heritage, water, and other features required under the REA.

NIAGARA REGION WIND-77 Turbines (3MW)- 230 MW

Current Status: Commissioned 2016

Project Website: http://www.nrwf.ca/

Contact: FWRN LP (Formerly Niagara Region Wind Corp.)
819 363-6491 | Toll-free 1 844 363-6491   |   Email: info@nrwf.ca

Link to Maps: MAPS

The applicant is Niagara Region Wind Corporation, a partnership between Renewable Energy Business (REB) Ltd. and Daniels Property Acquisition Corporation.  The total capacity for this project is 230 MW. This 230-MW project will be one of the largest wind power projects in Canada, says a press release. This project spans over West Lincoln, Haldimand and  Wainfleet. The Turbines proposed for this are some of the largest turbines installed in North America to date – Enercon E-101 – 3MW Models. 

“Smithville is the general location of the project,” said Randi Rahamim. “Obviously, a project of this size will span across a number of properties in Niagara not just in Smithville.”Though the project was approved under the FIT program a number of steps still need to be taken, including a public process.  NRWC is pursuing regulatory approvals in order to move the project forward, this includes completion of Ontario’s Renewable Energy Approvals Process which came into effect in 2009. Once the approvals process is complete, NRWC will move into construction which will take about two years, said Rahamim.  At that time it will be determined how many turbines will be erected and where.
Niagara Wind (FWRN LP)
Haldimand County Wind Projects (Ontario)

Summerhaven Wind – 59 Turbines- 124.4MW

Current Status: Commissioned 2013

Project Website: http://www.nexteraenergycanada.com/projects/summerhaven.shtml

Contact: summerhaven.wind@nexteraenergy.com or call 1-877-257-7330


Summerhaven Wind (NextEra)


Port Dover Nanticoke Wind  – 58 Turbines- 105 MW

Current Status: Commissioned 2013

Project Website: http://www.capitalpower.com/generationportfolio/CA/Pages/portdovernanticoke.aspx

Contact: PDN@capitalpower.com Phone: 1-855-703-5005

Port Dover Nanticoke Wind (Capital Power)


Grand Renewable Wind and Solar – 67 Turbines- 150 MW

Current Status: Commissioned 2014

Project Website: http://www.samsungrenewableenergy.ca/haldimand


Mailing Address:
Samsung Renewable Energy Inc.
2050 Derry Road West, 2nd floor
Mississauga, ON L5N 0B9
General inquires line: 905-501-4934

For solar and wind project information: 


Grand Renewable Wind & Solar (Samsung- Pattern Energy- Six Nations)

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