Category Archives: Sydenham I Project

300+ Wind Turbines proposed for Lambton County

Lambton County could sprout 300 wind turbines

PAUL MORDEN

May 26th, 2010

The Sarnia Observer

Hundreds of wind turbines could be built in Lambton County if all the projects on the drawing board proceed as planned.

When the Ontario Power Authority awarded a new round of contracts to wind generation projects in April no Lambton sites were on the list.

But a dozen proposals with generation capacity totalling nearly 500 megawatts (MW) in Lambton did make a second power authority list of projects waiting for Hydro One to open more capacity on the grid.

Those Lambton projects would require building more than 300 turbines, if they used the current 1.5 MW models.

One of the largest on the drawing board is the 150 MW project that Jericho Wind Energy Centre Boulevard Associates Canada Inc. wants to build in the Thedford area.

“If they build the enabler line down from Forest, that part of the county will look like a hedgehog,” said Harvey Wrightman, a wind farm opponent who lives near the Lambton-Middlesex county line. Read the rest of this entry

Sydenham Wind Project

Although this project isn’t in Middlesex, I think it is important to know about projects that are close by so that we can spread the word to our friends and family that live in that area (Alvinston, Newbury, Bothwell).

Below is some more information on the ‘Sydenham’ wind project. Please pass on to anybody you know in this area.

The local wind action group: Sydenham Wind Concerns 

Mainstream Renewables’ website for this project in Sydenham: www.SydenhamWind.com .

I was glad to hear the Brooke-Alvinston mayor say that the safety and health of the residents comes first, on the MyFM Strathroy website.

Opposition left blowing in the windSarnia Observer March 9th 2010

Upcoming Open Houses:
• April 6 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Brooke-Alvinston-Inwood Community Centre;
• April 7 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Brunner Community Centre, Thamesville;
• April 8 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Florence Community Centre