Calling all Green Adventurers! Here’s your chance to climb the wind turbine in Toronto. Continue reading Climb the Turbine, Oct 4 – 7, 2014
Waterloo’s Wind Energy Group looks to bring the power of wind to a remote community in Northern Ontario. Continue reading Off-grid wind turbines make their way to Northern Ontario
Mapping the variable nature of wind and the amount of wind energy available throughout any given day in Ontario. Continue reading IESO releases an interactive wind map for Ontario
A story posted on behalf of Gregory Scratch, from
Blenheim, ON. in response to “Turbines impress officials; C-K councilors visit Port Burwell facility.
Hello. I live in Chatham-Kent, in the southwestern part of Ontario, near Point Pelee National park anf Rondeau Provincial Park, major centres for bird watching. There is a rush on here to pass zoning changes allowing over 40% of our area to be covered by 600-1000 industrial wind turbines. This cannot be good for migratory birds, to say the least.
I am part of a group here fighting the re-zoning, but would request your advice or help as we are hitting deaf ears. The local council is poised to pass the changes on March 25th, 2008!! I can send copies of what i have written and research done from the internet. Is there anything you can do to help avert this dilemma?
Thank you so much,