Nation Rise wind turbines change rural communities

Nation Rise wind turbines change rural communities

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April 6, 2021

Huge grid-scale wind turbines are changing the landscape in North Stormont as the Nation Rise wind power project approaches commercial operation in June.

The photo above shows a view of the village of Crysler with two of the wind turbines visible. The Nation Rise turbines are 131 metres to the hub height, or 429 feet. The height to the blade tip is more than 600 feet.

There are 29 turbines in total in the industrial power project.

Wind Concerns Ontario reports that some residents have already experienced excessive noise and vibration from the turbines; they have been advised to call the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks Cornwall Office at 1-800-860-2760. If the call is outside of business hours, residents should call the 24/7 Spills Action Centre at 1-866-MOE-TIPS.

In both cases, caller should be given an Incident Report number, and should also keep a record of their call.

You may also email nationrise@edpr.com to report problems; the company is required to pass along your complaint to the environment ministry.

ottawawindconcerns@gmail.com

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