|Owner||Grand Valley II LP, a Limited Partnership of Veresen Inc. and Greta Energy Inc.|
|Project||New Wind Project in Ontario|
|Location||8 km North of Grand Valley, Ontario|
|Turbines||16 Siemens 3.0 MW (de-rated), 99.5 m hub height|
|Role||Pre-Construction, Construction Tendering and Project / Construction Mangement|
The Grand Valley Phase III Wind Project is a 40 MW wind power development located in the townships of Grand Valley and Amaranth in the County of Dufferin, Ontario. The turbines are connected to a 230 kV substation through two circuits of 34.5 kV underground collectors.
EPC contract tendering took place in the second half of 2014. Construction began in May 2015 with turbines being delivered in September and October. Commercial operation was achieved December 3, 2015.
Key features include:
- 16 Siemens 3.0 MW turbines
- Rotor/blade diameter of 113 m
- Approximately 8 km of access and site roads
- Approximately 22 km of 34.5 kV underground power & communication lines
- Directional drill under the Grand River for the collection system
- New 230 kV substation