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Amherst Island group files lawsuit

In an application filed Thursday with the Superior Court of Justice in Toronto, the Association to Protect Amherst Island (APAI) asked for a judicial review of the Jan. 2 decision by the Ministry of the Environment to declare complete the Renewable Energy Approval (REA) submitted by Windlectric Inc., the company seeking to build the Amherst Island wind project.
6 Mar 2014

Township to province: take them down

Two of the turbines are five metres too close to Zoretic’s property. “Take them down,” said Zoretic outside West Lincoln council chambers Monday night, moments after the planning, building and environmental committee unanimously supported a resolution asking the province to do just that – and to immediately halt all wind projects in Ontario. “They shouldn’t be there in the first place.”
5 Mar 2014

Will Bow Lake wind farm interfere with Environment Canada?

Environment Canada concludes that the Bow Lake Wind Project and the Montreal River weather radar will not be able to co-exist without negative impact on weather radar users. The argument is expected to be raised at an Environmental Tribunal Hearing expected to start in early March into the appeal of the Bow Lake Wind Facility.
28 Feb 2014

Expropriation still looms in Dufferin County

Dufferin County council will postpone approving a $1.4-million agreement that would grant Dufferin Wind Power (DWP) use of its rail corridor. ...two appeals have been filed following a recent Environmental Review Tribunal (ERT) decision that ruled Dufferin Wind’s transmission line does not pose a risk to human health. Amaranth, Mulmur and Melancthon have also passed motions supporting the appeal.
20 Feb 2014

P.E.I. arenas say their new wind turbines an expensive ‘burden,’ want them removed

Several Prince Edward Island rinks that were convinced to make the expensive conversion to wind power, but never saw the promised savings, are now trying to get rid of the trouble-plagued turbines and win compensation for their troubles. “We went into debt to purchase this windmill on the promise that it would make us money and it would help us with our power costs. The bottom line is buy us out and give us our money back.”
17 Jan 2014

GO Transit wind turbine producing 91% less power than expected

The wind energy consultant hired to vet the project did not address any future development in its feasibility study, a copy of which was provided to the Star. The consultant, Genivar Ontario, studied the entire GO system and ranked each property in the GTA, recommending Lisgar as the ideal location for a wind power project. Genivar was paid $138,000 to do the feasibility study and oversee the turbine’s construction, Metrolinx said.
25 Oct 2013

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