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Windrush Energy, a Hockley Valley, Ontario-based wind farm developer, has received three standard offer contracts from the Ontario Power Authority for a total of 29 MW of energy for its projects in the Grand Valley area.

Phases one and two of the Grand Valley project will consist of 12 wind turbines located along Dufferin County Road 25 - at the Ashton Ridge Golf Course. Upon receipt of an environmental and site plan approval, the company expects that these phases will be completed no later than spring 2008. The additional phases will be in subsequent years


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