Gunn’s Hill Wind Farm
Wind | Community project we're supporting
Partner: Oxford Community Energy Co-operative
Oxford County is home to Gunn’s Hill Wind Farm, Ontario’s first community-owned wind farm. The 10-turbine wind farm is the result of a collaboration of Oxford Community Energy Co-op (OCEC), the County, the Six Nations of the Grand River, developer Prowind Canada Inc. and Bullfrog. The 18 MW project is now generating enough clean, renewable electricity to power more than 6,000 homes in the county!
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Gunn’s Hill Wind Farm consists of 10 turbines located in Oxford County, southwestern Ontario. The project’s success involved the collaboration of OCEC, the County, the Six Nations of the Grand River and organizations that include developer Prowind Canada Inc. and Bullfrog Power.
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