NS Power awards almost 20 MW of commu...

NS Power awards almost 20 MW of community-based renewable energy

There are 2 comments on the Ocean Resources story from Jan 21, 2010, titled NS Power awards almost 20 MW of community-based renewable energy. In it, Ocean Resources reports that:

The six agreements are the result of a December 2008 request for proposals for small, renewable energy projects that would encourage community investment and development.

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david coates

Halifax, Canada

#1 Jan 22, 2010
Local residents are last to hear of developments, worthy or not, in their areas so I should not be surprised that we are to get wind turbines in Granville Ferry ( Business Section, Chronicle Herald 22 January 2010). Perhaps someone could tell me where in GF the turbines are to be installed,where I can read a copy of the Environmetal Study and if the local residents were consulted
William

Dartmouth, Canada

#2 Jul 12, 2012
These are all back room deals!! No one will find out about them until they are being put up!! Shame on the "government" of Nova Scotia!

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