- Category: Wind Power
- Location: Nova Scotia, Canada
- Date started: 2010
- Status: In Operation
If you’ve done business there, you’ll know that the people of Nova Scotia are just so down to earth, welcoming, and friendly. This was the case for the Maryvale wind farm where the project was embraced whole heartedly by the community and attracted a lot of attention when the large blades where being delivered.
Our operators have years of experience managing this project that is located in a part of Canada known for the frequency of extreme weather forecasts.
The Maryvale Wind Farm is located in Nova Scotia, Canada and uses four 1.5 MegaWatt Vensys V-77 wind turbines. The project is located on top of a mountain with a view to the Atlantic ocean.
• Meeting environmental obligations, including remediation work to an existing wetland
• Working and constructing on a mountain, encountering difficult weather conditions
The project created a local buzz upon completion and was very well received by the community. Local contractors were heavily involved in the construction and received many direct local benefits. Ongoing jobs were created and the operators of the wind farm live in the community. The project is meeting its estimated energy production and is helping Nova Scotia Power meet its renewable energy targets.