Welcome to Dufferin Wind Power

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The Dufferin Wind Farm spans more than 6,000 acres and is comprised of 49 wind turbines with the capacity to generate 91.4 MW of power annually. An average North American household uses about 10,500 kWh of electricity each year. This project has the ability to supply enough electricity to power between 22,500 and 30,000 households each year – whenever the wind is blowing. Theoretically, that’s more than enough power for every household in Dufferin County.

The local farmers and landowners who are involved in the Dufferin Wind Farm are enthusiastic about helping to provide clean energy for you and future generations, while also contributing to the financial well being of the Dufferin community.

Wind Power is a key solution in the fight against climate change.
Wind Power has a positive effect on the quality of the air we breathe.



1,725 new trees find homes in Melancthon Township
Local residents and homeowners received up to five free trees per household at a community barbecue on June 6th
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Project Updates

December 22, 2014 - Dismissal of Appeal to Environmental Review Tribunal Issued Decision - Case No. 14-091 Wallace v. Director, Ministry of the Environment
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Notice of a Proposed Change to an Approved Renewable Energy Project (REA No. 5460-98BPH8) by Dufferin Wind Power Inc.
Twelve minor project modifications are being proposed.
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Click to view Dufferin Wind Power REA Modifications Document May 2014
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