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Cap-Pelé Wind is a renewable energy generating facility with one wind turbine located 2 kilometres southeast of Botsford Portage in New Brunswick. The wind turbine will be on private land, beside the W. E. Acres Crab Meal facility about 800 metres from Highway 15.

Site preparation took place during fall 2017. The plan is to have the turbine up and running during summer 2018.

The wind turbine will be a single Enercon E-92, generating up to 2.35 megawatts of clean green electricity. The energy will feed into the local electricity grid, providing enough renewable power for as many as 700 local homes. All power generated by the facility will be sold to New Brunswick Power.

The turbine will be built on a 98-metre tower, with a blade diameter of 92 metres, for a total height of 144 metres.

A Map And Photos And Showing What The Turbine May Look Like From Four Locations In The Area.

Location of Cap-Pelé Wind

Map and photos showing what the turbine may look like from four locations in the area.

Cap-Pelé Wind is owned by WKB Community Wind, a New Brunswick company. IFE Project Management Canada Inc. is helping to develop and manage the wind power site.

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