Wednesday, March 30th, 2011
Take a peek at the residents of West Pubnico, a small French-Canadian village of 1, 850 residents, talk about their excitement for Nova Scotia’s first wind farm.
The Pubnico Point wind farm has seventeen wind turbines estimated to produce 100 million kWh of electricity per year – enough to power up to 12,000 average households. This equates to a reduction of approximately 90,000 tones of carbon dioxide emissions a year – this is like not driving 16, 000 cars a year! Don’t have much time? You can view a shorter clip here. (http://www.gov.ns.ca/energy/media/videos/display.asp?vID=16)