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Grizzly Bear Creek Wind Project

Located in the counties of Minburn and Vermilion, in the province of Alberta, Canada, Grizzly Bear Creek Wind Project is in development approximately 170 km east of Edmonton.

The Grizzly Bear Creek Wind Project will bring new jobs, revenue and sustainable energy to Alberta.

The project has received permits from the Alberta Utilities Commission, while an amendment is underway to update the permits for a project capacity increase and new turbine technology.

Enel Green Power is undertaking public consultation on these project changes. Construction start is targeted for May 2021 with a December 2021 commercial operations date. When fully operational, Grizzly Bear Creek will consist of 152 MW of installed capacity.

Download the Project-specific information package (PSIP) – June 2020

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Creating shared value across our communities

Enel Green Power invests in the long-term sustainability of its host communities. The company involves local stakeholders in the definition of a shared value creation plan that responds to the needs of the community and ensures that the projects generates a positive impact for both the company and local stakeholders. 

Enel Green Power supports key community needs in the following areas:

Civil Infrastructure Improvement

Community Well-being, Recreation and Cultural Events

Education

Economic Development

Environment

Resilient and Sustainable Communities

See Enel Green Power’s involvement with the Pincher Creek community supporting school students, engaging with small businesses, gathering at the Legion, and producing clean energy. We're grateful to be part of the Town of Pincher Creek in Alberta, Canada.

Permitting Progress

The Grizzly Bear Creek Wind Farm has an Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) permit. The project team is undertaking public consultation to amend the AUC permit to increase project capacity, change turbine model, and make changes to the balance-of-plant layout.

We are committed to work closely with the local authorities and the community to address all of their questions and concerns keeping always an open conversation. See below the current status:

 

✓ Phase 1: Public consultation

☐ Phase 2: AUC Permits

☐ Phase 3: County Permits

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