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Four Nova Scotia wind farms developed by juwi Wind Canada have obtained C$57 million in non-recourse financing. In conjunction with the financing, the projects were sold to Firelight Infrastructure Partners.

Nova Scotia Power Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Emera Inc., has agreed to purchase all of the output from the four wind farms under 20-year power purchase agreements.

The non-recourse project financing was structured and arranged by Travelers Capital Corp., acting as loan agent and security agent, and was funded by Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc.

The projects consist of the following:

Truro Heights Community Wind: Located near the community of Truro, Nova Scotia, the 4 MW project is owned by Truro Heights Wind Limited Partnership, an equity partnership between the Eskasoni First Nation and Firelight Infrastructure Partners LP;

Millbrook Community Wind: Located near the community of Truro, Nova Scotia,
the 6 MW project is owned by Millbrook Wind Limited Partnership, an equity partnership between the Millbrook First Nation and Firelight Infrastructure Partners L.P.;

Chebucto Pockwock Community Wind: Located in the community of Upper
Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia, the 10 MW project is owned by Pockwock Wind Limited Partnership, an equity partnership between the Chebucto Pockwock Lake Wind Field Ltd, a community economic development investment fund and Firelight Infrastructure Partners LP and;

Whynotts Community Wind: located in the community of Whynotts Settlement,
Nova Scotia the 4 MW Project is owned by Whynotts Wind Limited Partnership, an equity partnership between the Whynotts Mi’kmaq Wind Company, Ltd. (a company owned by and managed for the benefit of all 13 Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq) and Firelight Infrastructure Partners LP


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