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At the official opening of the St. Lawrence Wind Project, Fabian Manning, a member of parliament, announced that the project, located in Newfoundland and Labrador, will receive up to $8.3 million.

"Our partnership in this project is helping to generate new economic activity and is creating jobs for this community," says Manning. "This investment in St. Lawrence is another step toward a cleaner and sustainable energy future for Newfoundland and Labrador and for all of Canada."

The nine turbines at the St. Lawrence Wind Power Project have a total capacity of 27 MW. The project is owned by Enel Atlantic Canada Limited Partnership. Electricity generated at the St. Lawrence project is being purchased by Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro.

SOURCE: Natural Resources Canada


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