Tag: Win-With-Wind

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Win-With-Wind in Ailsa Craig

Jutta Splettstoesser is working to transform perceptions on how Ontario thinks about wind energy. Jutta is bringing her passion about renewable energy and her message of co-operation to the London area. (more…)

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Win-With-Wind Tour Continues

Jutta Splettstoesser is passionate about renewable energy and is bringing her message of co-operation to the Wellington/Guelph area.

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Join Friends of Wind Ontario to learn more about wind energy for you and your community

The next wind energy information meeting will take place Thursday, September 8th from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the Wolf Performance Hall Central Library London, 251 Dundas Street. We will deliver a balanced message on the economic, environmental and social benefits of wind energy.

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Friends of Wind Ontario launch Information meeting series

Jutta Splettstoesser, President, launched the Friends of Wind Ontario information meeting series at the Legion in Clinton, Ontario on Tuesday, July 26.

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Friend of wind Kate Dietrich shares her story at the Clinton Wind Energy Information Session

My name is Kate Dietrich. I live outside Teeswater, Ontario with my husband and three children. I am currently a stay at home mother and my husband is a windmill service technician.

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Wind Energy Information Meeting – July 26, 2011 – Clinton, ON

You are cordially invited to the Friends of Wind Ontario inaugural wind energy information event Tuesday, July 26, at 7 pm. Held in the Royal Canadian Legion in Clinton, Ontario one hour north of London, we will deliver a balanced message on the economic, environmental and social benefits of wind energy.

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Celebrating renewable emission free energy

On Monday, some exciting news came to us! The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) and Ontario Government offered contracts to 19 new wind energy projects that would add 1,018 MW of new wind energy capacity to the Ontario grid.

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