Elemental Energy is investigating a new wind energy project opportunity near the town of Parrsboro and within the municipal boundaries of Cumberland.  The proposed project is being investigated as a candidate project for Nova Scotia’s recently announced renewable energy procurement opportunity, the Green Choice Program.

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Elemental Energy is developing the 75 MW Northern Valley Wind Project in Eastern Alberta. The project is located on high wind landscape features south of Elk Point in close proximity to available interconnection capacity. The Northern Valley Wind Project is expected to bring in significant local investment, jobs, and new clean electricity to this area of Alberta.

Elemental Energy is developing the 200 MW Bemersyde Wind Farm Project. The project is strategically located on approximately 40,000 acres of land around the Peebles substation in Saskatchewan. This project will bring significant local investment, jobs, and clean electricity to Saskatchewan.

Elemental Energy is developing the Boulder and Elkhart Wind Projects in British Columbia’s interior. The projects are strategically sited on accessible high wind land features, within close proximity to existing transmission lines. Once complete, the projects will bring significant local investment, jobs, and new clean electricity to British Columbia.

The Chappice Lake Solar-Storage project is located 35 km north of Medicine Hat in Cypress County, and is a partnership between Elemental and Cold Lake First Nations. It is the first utility scale solar + storage project in Alberta to use a flow battery. This innovative technology enables solar energy to be stored and delivered to electricity customers after the sun goes down.

Elemental is developing the Foothills Solar project in Foothills County, Alberta. The project is located on ~1,600 acres of privately owned cultivated farmland near the Hamlet of Blackie, Alberta. This is Elemental’s largest project in Alberta and will bring significant investment, jobs, and clean electricity to the nearby communities.

Elemental Energy is developing the 150 MW Hatheume Wind Project in British Columbia’s interior. The project is located on Gottfriedson Mountain, a high wind feature within close proximity to existing transmission lines. Once complete, the project will bring significant local investment, jobs, and new clean electricity to British Columbia.

The Higgins Mountain Wind Farm Project is being developed in partnership with Sipekne’katik First Nation, Elemental Energy, and Stevens Wind. The project is strategically sited at one of the province’s windiest sites, directly adjacent to available interconnection capacity. The Higgins Mountain Wind Farm will bring significant local investment, jobs, and new clean electricity to the province, helping Nova Scotia transition from coal to renewable energy.

 

Environmental Assessment

On May 4th, 2023 the Higgins Mountain Wind Farm Project environmental assessment was approved by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change. To view the Project’s environmental assessment and the conditions of approval, please visit the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Climate Change Website.

Elemental Energy is developing the proposed High River Solar Project, a 19 megawatt (MW) solar farm to be located near Highway 2A and Highway 543 East, just north of the Town of High River. It will occupy approximately 135 acres of private land and is situated on a reclaimed gravel quarry, directly adjacent to the High River substation. High River Solar will bring significant local investment, jobs, and clean electricity to the province. 

Elemental Energy is developing the proposed Waikoloa Wind-Solar-Storage project on Hawaii’s Big Island. The Project will bring significant local investment, jobs, and help the state reach its ambitious clean electricity targets.

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