Still interest in buying green power because of its low cost, low emissions.
The Calgary-based energy giant will own just under 25% of the 400 megawatt development with partner E.ON.
Grows portfolio to 16 wind projects with a total owned capacity of 2,112 megawatts.
Project is expected to power up to 27,000 Québec homes annually.
Capacity jumps to record high with move to renewable energy.
The yet-to-be constructed project is covered by a 20-year power sales contract with Hydro Quebec.
Will purchase more wind power credits and continue to use hydropower.
Based on impact of acquisition, SunEdison raised its 2015 installation guidance to a range of 2.1 to 2.3 gigawatts.
Has pledged to halt greenhouse gas emissions growth by 2030 or earlier if possible.
Study does find relationship between increasing levels of wind turbine noise and residents’ annoyance.
Lakeshore, Ont.-based wind farm will power up to 35,000 homes.
Lac Alfred and Massif du Sud projects generate enough electricity to power more than 100,000 homes.
Deal includes a 15-year power sales contract with EDF France
The 270-megawatt project will be the largest wind farm in Ontario, producing clean power for 100,000 homes.
Almost half of the electronics-giant’s stores and data centres are powered by renewable energy.