PORT RYERSE WIND PROJECT
Port Ryerse Wind is a 10 MW wind project located east of the hamlet of Port Ryerse in Norfolk County. The project is sited on privately-owned lands where landowners have entered into a lease agreement with Boralex Inc.
Project Information: At Time of Engagement
Royalty Boralex Inc. is developing the Port Ryerse Wind Power Project east of the hamlet of Port Ryerse in Norfolk County. The project was awarded to Feed-In-Tariff contract with the Ontario Power Authority on February 25 2011. The project is 10 megawatts with 4 wind turbines and will be owned and operated by Port Ryerse Wind Farm Limited Partnership.
Royalty Payment of $750/MW/year plus consumer price index for 20 years (estimated to be $150,000);
Mentorship during Small FIT on-reserve solar development; and
Execution of an MOU to pursue Joint Venture development of future non-contracted renewable energy projects along the Haldimand Tract; in which Six Nations could potentially own up to 15% in each contemplated project.
Please Note: This section includes the most recent/updated information regarding the project. Based on community engagement feedback at the time of engagement, project updates may differ.
Port Ryerse Wind reached commercial operation in November 2016. Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation receives an annual community benefits payment of $750/MW/year plus consumer price index.
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