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Alberta, Canada

Status

Under Construction

Owned Capacity

140

MW

Wind
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Status
Under Construction
Owned Capacity

140

MW

Wind
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Capital Power’s 140 MW Halkirk 2 Wind (H2) project will be located on approximately 17,000 acres of privately owned land about 5 kilometres (km) north of our existing Halkirk 1 Wind facility in the County of Paintearth, Alberta. Halkirk 2 Wind will generate enough power to meet the average annual electrical needs of approximately 63,000 Alberta homes. 1

The project was approved by the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) on July 27, 2023 (Decision 27691-D01-2023)sky bet app We submitted our Final Project Update (“FPU”) to the AUC on August 25. In our FPU, we confirmed the selected wind turbine technology and revisions to the project layout amongst other project-specific details included in our August project update newsletter. On September 21, the AUC confirmed our FPU for the project excluding turbines T10, T18 and T27 is compliant, and that construction can proceed. Construction began on schedule in early October.

Capital Power filed evidence with the AUC regarding aviation safety and downwind turbulence at the conditionally approved wind turbines with a further FPU for T10, T18 and T27 on November 17, 2023.

On December 5, 2023, the AUC acknowledged our evidence and indicated it’s created a new Proceeding (28689) for consideration of FPU#2. The AUC issued a notice of written hearing on December 15 indicating it will be holding a written hearing. For more information, including how to participate and the AUC’s written process schedule visit www.auc.ab.ca

1Based on an average household energy usage of 600 kWh/month.

Quick Facts

  • Comprised of 31 Vestas V150-4.5™ wind turbines with an individual generating capacity of 4.5 MW.
  • Aircraft Detection Lighting System (ADLS) will be installed to mitigate the impact of the required turbine lighting on the community.
  • In February 2023, Capital Power announced a 23-year clean electricity supply agreement with Public sky bettingServices and Procurement Canada for approximately 250,000 megawatt-hours of electricity annually to be sourced from Halkirk 2 Wind. Capital Power is actively pursuing an equity partnership with local Indigenous organizations related to the project.
  • In March 2024, Capital Power announced it’s entered into a 15-year virtual power purchase agreement with Saputo Inc , one of the top dairy processors in the world for approximately 206,300 megawatt-hours of electricity annually to be sourced from Halkirk 2 Wind.

Consultation and Engagement

We value and consider local community interests and priorities. We engage government, employees, local communities, investors, shareholders, and Indigenous communities. Our goal for every project, every facility and every initiative, internal and external, is to build, operate, and align with the interests and priorities of those closest to, and most impacted by, our operations.

Traffic Management and Site-Specific Emergency Response Plans

Our Engineering, Procurement and Construction contractors, Borea Construction (“Borea”) and Rising Edge Group (“Rising Edge”) have each developed Traffic Management Plans (TMP) and Site-Specific Emergency Response Plans (SSERP) for their portions of the project.

Safety is a top priority, and we recognize construction will bring a lot of activity to the community. We’ll work to be the least impactful as possible. We’re seeking feedback on the Traffic Sky BetManagement and Emergency Response Plans developed for the project construction.

Rising Edge is responsible for completing the design, construction and commissioning of the project’s Goldeye 620S Substation in addition to the design of the collector line system. Borea is responsible for the construction of access roads, turbine foundations, turbine assembly and collector cable installation.

We welcome input and feedback on the respective TMPs and SSERPs from residents, occupants and landowners who reside, work or own land in the project area.

Provide your feedback

Feedback form

Phone: 1-855-703-5005

Email: [email protected]

Mail: Halkirk 2 Wind Project
C/O Stakeholder Engagement
10th Floor, EPCOR Tower
1200 – 10423 101 St NW
Edmonton, AB  T5H 0E9

Emergency Response Plans

Traffic Management Plans

 

Community Investment

The community and economic benefits for the project would be similar to those for Halkirk Wind, including a new and steady stream of municipal tax revenue, and annual lease revenues to landowners.

Development of the project will generate many jobs for the construction portion and will create permanent employment opportunities for approximately 8-10 people, including one full-time facility site manager, and service and maintenance personnel.

Capital Power is committed to being a good neighbour. sky bettingSome examples of our activities and support for local community groups include:

  • Halkirk Elks Bullarama
  • Halkirk & District Volunteer Fire Department
  • Castor and District Ag Society Rodeo
  • Castor Fire and Rescue Comedy Night
  • Halkirk Hall Association
  • Castor Minor Sports
  • Castor Food Bank
  • Castor and District Museum
  • Castor Fire and Rescue Society
  • Coronation/Consort Victims Services
  • Crime Stoppers, Central Alberta Association
  • United Way of Central Alberta Society

We value and consider local community interests and priorities. We engage government, employees, local communities, investors, shareholders, and Indigenous communities. Our goal for every project, every facility and every initiative, internal and external, is to build, operate, and align with the interests and priorities of those closest to, and most impacted by, our operations.

Contact Information

Michael Sheehan
Senior Advisor, Indigenous and Stakeholder Engagement

Phone: 1-855-703-5005
Email: [email protected]
Mail: Halkirk 2 Wind Project
C/O Stakeholder Engagement
10th Floor, EPCOR Tower
1200 – 10423 101 St. NW
Edmonton, AB T5H 0E9