Plans for 270 MW wind farm in Ontario complete

The Ontario Clean Technology Alliance announced it has completed plants for a C$600 million ($575.5 million), 270 MW South Kent wind joint venture between Pattern Energy Group LP and Samsung Renewable Energy Inc.

The plans are subject to final approval from the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and construction is scheduled to begin in 3Q 2012. The plant will use 124 Siemens (NYSE: SI) wind turbines and is expected to be complete by early 2014.

The Ontario Clean Technology Alliance is a group of 11 regional and municipal partners teamed with federal and provincial trade and innovation ministries. The group aims to attract more wind industry players to the province.

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