OVERVIEW OF THE BUFFALO ATLEE 1,2 AND 3 PROJECTS
The three Buffalo Atlee projects are located on 7 quarter sections, and will include 11 total turbines, approximately 120 to 130 m in height from the ground to the nacelle (the “hub height”), where the blades connect to the tower. The blades will each be approximately 70 to 75 metres in length, and each tower will have a generating capacity of around 4.0 to 4.6 MW. The electrical (“collector”) system connecting all the turbines to the grid will be buried between turbines, and the collector system will connect to the existing above ground distribution lines locally, which feed into the Jenner 275S substation.
Access roads to the turbines will be required throughout the life of the project. Existing oil & gas access roads will be used and upgraded whenever possible, and new roads will be built according to discussions and agreements with landowners. Public roads will also likely be upgraded where needed for component delivery and access.