Category Archives: Ontario Energy Board

This category is used for APPEC reports related to the Ontario Energy Board application.

wpd’s 28 km high-voltage transmission line in Prince Edward County approved

Alliance to Protect Prince Edward County P.O. Box 173 Milford, Ontario K0K 2P0 APPEC Press Release Milford, ON/ March 20, 2015 — wpd Canada Corporation’s high-voltage transmission line in Prince Edward County has been approved by the Ontario Energy Board (OEB). The … Continue reading

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APPEC Seeks Clarification from Ontario Energy Board

Are you aware that the Ontario Electricity Act states that for renewable energy generation facilities, transmission or distribution lines are not to exceed 50 kilometers in length? Are you also aware that the wpd White Pines Wind project has 43km of … Continue reading

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APPEC’s final submissions to the Ontario Energy Board for wpd White Pines

On August 13, 2014 wpd Canada applied to the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) for Leave to Construct a 28 kilometre high-voltage transmission line that would connect their planned Prince Edward County South Marysburgh and Athol 29 industrial wind turbine project … Continue reading

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SUBMITTING COMMENTS on wpd’s White Pines Wind Project by MAY 10, 2014!

APPEC has put together a list of comments related to the revised wpd White Pines Project Heritage Assessment, the Heritage Interconnection Line and the Natural Heritage Assessment (NHA) reports. The Comments are being posted here to help concerned PEC residents raise their … Continue reading

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Mar. 11, 2014 – OEB – APPEC Report #1 on Ontario Energy Board (OEB) hearing

This is the first of multiple planned APPEC reports on the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) hearings for the wpd White Pines Wind Project. Last December the APPEC board requested Intervenor Status at the OEB hearing for wpd’s 28 kilometre high-voltage … Continue reading

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