The Outlaw Trail Wind Project is BluEarth’s first development in Saskatchewan. Proposed on both private and crown lands, the wind project is located in the Regional Municipalities of Happy Valley and Hart Butte, approximately 5 Km north of Big Beaver Hamlet and 22 km south of Bengough. This project has the potential to supply Saskatchewan’s electricity grid with up to 175 megawatts (MW) of clean, renewable electricity. Each proposed wind turbine for the Outlaw Trail Wind Project has the potential to produce up to 3.5 MW of electricity (depending on turbine selection) – this is enough renewable energy to power approximately 1,000 Saskatchewan homes per turbine.
The Project area is a typical prairie landscape, comprising a mosaic of cultivated cropland and pasture. Land use in the area is predominately ranching and farming.
BluEarth is committed to ensuring that our neighbours and landowners are informed about our projects. During the course of development, we will hold regular town hall meetings, distribute project newsletters and communication material, and make every effort to engage regularly with our stakeholders.
If available and feasible, BluEarth will endeavor to use local companies and resources during the permitting process, throughout construction and for long term operations of Outlaw Trail Wind Project. In addition, taxes generated by the project will contribute to long term economic support of the region.
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