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THE DEVELOPER

The Old Elm Wind Farm is being developed by the Alberta Renewable Power Limited Partnership (“ARPLP”), a newly formed joint venture between Alberta Wind Energy Corporation (“AWEC”) and Boralex. The project is backed by the local expertise of AWEC, one of the longest serving developers in Alberta, and Boralex, a publicly listed company (BLX) and leader in the Canadian market with over 25 years experience in the renewable energy space.

ARPLP is actively supporting the wind and solar industries across Canada and are excited about bringing this project online.

Boralex

Boralex develops, builds and operates renewable energy power facilities in Canada, France and the United States. A leader in the Canadian market and producer of onshore wind power, the Corporation is recognized for its solid experience in optimizing its asset base in four power generation types — wind, hydroelectric, thermal and solar. Boralex ensures sustained growth by leveraging the expertise and diversification developed over the past 25 years.
www.boralex.com

ALBERTA WIND ENERGY CORPORATION

Alberta Wind Energy Corporation (“AWEC”) was formed in 2003 to develop independent wind farm projects. AWEC has proven to provide the local experience required for bringing projects from inception to completion and has partnered with large international renewable energy developers on numerous projects at various stages of development. Alberta Wind Energy Corporation is active in supporting the wind and solar industries across Canada.
www.albertawindenergy.com

The Project

Project Location

The Old Elm & Pothole Creek Wind Farm, located 10 km south of the town of Magrath, Alberta, consists of privately owned farmland leased in 2009.

Project Size

It is expected the project may support up to a 300 MW wind park. Currently, phase 1 of the project will consist of 60MW with further expansion expected down the road.

Project Status

Currently in Stage 3 of the AESO interconnection process, the project will soon be applying for its AUC permit with operation expected in 2020.

Wind Resource

The wind measurement campaign, which includes meteorological towers and SODAR (Sonic Detection and Ranging) data, began in December 2009 and is still ongoing.

Environmental Studies

Environmental studies commenced in 2013 and are being updated in accordance to the new Alberta guidelines.

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Project Documents

The stakeholders are instrumental to making this project a success. Please stay tuned as important project updates will be uploaded here.

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