St. Leon Wind Farm

St Leon wind turbines
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The St. Leon wind farm is a 99 MW project consisting of 63 turbines, each 80 metres high, equipped with three 41-metre blades. The wind farm is situated on the Pembina Escarpment, which rises above the surrounding plains, exposing the turbines to the prevailing prairie winds.

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