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Alberta windfarm earns regulatory approval

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by Journal Of Commerce

The Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) has approved the 115 megawatt Bull Creek Wind Project near Provost, Alberta.

The Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) has approved the 115 megawatt Bull Creek Wind Project near Provost, Alberta.

It will be located on private land currently used for agriculture, ranching and oil and gas production.

"Wind turbines have a strong track record of being good neighbours in rural Alberta communities for over 20 years. There are over 760 wind turbines operating in Alberta today, with more under construction," said Kent Brown, president and CEO of BluEarth.

"As we move forward with this project, BluEarth is committed to carrying on that legacy and is looking forward to being a good neighbour to area residents for years to come."

BluEarth is a private independent renewable power producer, focused on the acquisition, development, construction and operation of wind, water and solar projects in North America, with a primary focus in Canada.

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