Bear Mountain Wind Project

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Completed in 2009, the Bear Mountain Wind Park is the first fully operational wind project in B.C. Today it delivers enough electricity to power most of B.C.’s South Peace region. The site is also used for cattle grazing, hiking, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and other recreational activities.

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